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Harris-Hobbs Garden The history of gardening is currently at a high point with improved plant materials, products and design...
Kennerton Green Of all the large gardens in Australia, Kennerton Green at Mittagong in the New South Wales Southern...
Don visited a private home in the hutongs. In the urban district of Beijing, hutongs still occupy one third of...
Humble Administrator’s Garden, China
Suzhou is renowned for having the most beautiful examples of classic Chinese gardens. Don looked at one of the largest,...
Avenue of Animals, China
There is usually a Sacred Way or Divine Road leading to the mausoleums of China’s emperors. Each emperor was known...
The Great Wall, China
The Great Wall Don visited the Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, 90 kilometres north of Beijing. World Heritage...
Old Shanghai Teahouse, China
Don and the Burke’s Backyard team visited the Yu Gardens Bazaar in Shanghai. This is a ‘Disneyland version’ of historical...
Shanghai City, China
Shanghai City Shanghai (pron: Shung high), which means the ‘City on the Sea’, is called ‘Hu’ (pron: Who) for short....
The Forbidden City, known as Gugong, is the largest and best-preserved cluster of ancient buildings in China. Completed in 1420,...
Cloud 9 Bar in China
Cloud 9 Bar Don headed to the top of the highest hotel in the world for a night-time view...
This famous landscape attraction is located in the southern part of Anhui Province, 280 kms west of the coastal city...
Don visited railway enthusiast, David Fletcher and his wife Alison, who is a keen gardener. David has had a life-long...