Beautiful garden at Highfield House, Stanley, Tasmania
Mexican Bush Sage @ Highfield House, Stanley
Dog's bane (Plectranthus Ornatus)
Glass and crockery shards in glass jars. Early days of the Colony, there were no potteries.. these were brought by ships from Europe and the Orient. @ China Cupboard - Room of Remnants
Marble Fireplace in a dining room
Old Piano at the dining room, historic Highfield House. It was originally owned by the Van Diemen’s Land company and built in France in 1830.
Old wooden cabinet full of pretty porcelains
Master bedroom. pretty lace coverlet and blue dress of Elizabeth on the master bed
Master bedroom has a small bathroom en suite with a wash basin and a chamber pot set in a wooden chair, Highfield House
Children’s Bedroom - A game of snakes and ladders.
Children’s Bedroom at Highfield House. Can spot a young boy's clothes hanging from the fireplace.
Guest Bedroom with a pair of binoculars by the window .. classic! Love stacks of luggages in this room.
Kitchen area, Highfield House. Love the stove and green kitchen cupboard. On the left side, you can churn butter
Kitchen window with good view of sheep paddock, Highfield House
Beautiful path to the Nut lookout. A volcanic plug with a flat top
Spectacular view of the Nut, Bass Strait, beaches and a town named Stanley.
View of Circular head from Highland. The Nut rising above the bay
Picturesque beaches and the township
The Inglis River
View from Wynyard on the Wharf .. Nothing in particular, I just love the sky here
Boats mooring ..