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Summer heirloom tomatoes harvest at Vaucluse House kitchen garden. Photo Jacqui Newling © HHT

Summer heirloom tomatoes harvest at Vaucluse House kitchen garden. Photo Jacqui Newling © HHT

Kedgeree. Photograph Scott Hill © HHT

Kedgeree. Photograph Scott Hill © HHT

A barrow full of grapefruits from the Meroogal garden. Photo Scott Hill © HHT

A barrow full of grapefruits from the Meroogal garden. Photo Scott Hill © HHT

Armillary/sundial in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney, Australia

Armillary/sundial in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney, Australia

Spot the imposter! An uninvited intruder in Janet Tavener’s  ‘Out of the Mould’ installation at Vaucluse House, 2010. Photograph Jacqui Newling © HHT

Spot the imposter! An uninvited intruder in Janet Tavener’s ‘Out of the Mould’ installation at Vaucluse House, 2010. Photograph Jacqui Newling © HHT

Album of Chinese paintings showing stages of tea production (detail), watercolour on pith paper, 19th century. Caroline Simpson Collection, Historic Houses Trust

Album of Chinese paintings showing stages of tea production (detail), watercolour on pith paper, 19th century. Caroline Simpson Collection, Historic Houses Trust

Vaucluse House, still from video. © HHT.

Vaucluse House, still from video. © HHT.

A composition stone fountain on modern concrete octagonal base with iron water pipe at centre of the bowl, lined in c2000 with a rubber membrane. The bowl of the fountain is based on the lotus flower, possibly inspired by Indian Mughal originals, although given a Greek Revival interpretation. The base of the plinth features stylised acanthus leaves. This fountain is one of the earliest known in Australia and appeared in the grounds of Elizabeth Bay House in Sydney in c1835. Elizabeth Bay…

A composition stone fountain on modern concrete octagonal base with iron water pipe at centre of the bowl, lined in c2000 with a rubber membrane. The bowl of the fountain is based on the lotus flower, possibly inspired by Indian Mughal originals, although given a Greek Revival interpretation. The base of the plinth features stylised acanthus leaves. This fountain is one of the earliest known in Australia and appeared in the grounds of Elizabeth Bay House in Sydney in c1835. Elizabeth Bay…

Herbert, Hugo & Jenny Ljunggren (Youngein), c1910.  Susannah Place Museum Collection, Historic Houses Trust of NSW

Herbert, Hugo & Jenny Ljunggren (Youngein), c1910. Susannah Place Museum Collection, Historic Houses Trust of NSW

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