- Jane Casey & Bruce Miller
Bhudevi is an eight hectare property with a large modern home, an organic sauvignon blanc vineyard, and 1.5 hectares of formal and native gardens along a wide spring-fed creek. The gardens were established in 2009. There is an outdoor sculpture garden, a secluded rock and fern garden, and an elevated garden with views overlooking the vineyards across to the Richmond range. The native garden has many sheltered and open seating areas for enjoying the birdsong, the plants and the outdoor sculptures. Adjacent to the house are smaller garden rooms inspired by formal designs. A citrus garden bordered by a myrtle hedge features a pavilion for sitting, enclosed in wisteria. A small hydrangea garden acts as an extension to the glassed library at the west end of the main house. A delightful potager near the creek features large raised beds and espalier apple trees, and an abundance of vegetables and flowers.