Curved pavilion home architecture designed by Max Pritchard Architect, is a separate pavilion for bed and breakfast guests is linked by a bridge to the main house, located in a rural hills site with distant views.
Description from Architect:
A rural hills site with distant views, deep gully and mature eucalypts, generated an organic design of sandstone walls, timber windows and iron roof, stepping down to follow the slope of the land, and terminating with a glass enclosed living area, balcony which cantilevers out over the gully to capture the spectacular view to the south.
A separate pavilion for bed and breakfast guests is linked by a bridge to the main house. This curved pavilion and sandstone walls enclose the central courtyard, landscaped with pools and lush vegetation in contrast to the expansive pastures beyond.