Tremont is an outer suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 31 km south-east from Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges. At the 2006 Census, Tremont had a population of 4094. Almost the entire suburban area is within the lush Dandenong Ranges National Park. The Post Office opened on 16 July 1913, known as Dunstan's until 1919, and closed in 1977. Tremont was affected by the Dandenong Ranges fire of January 22, 1997. However, since then the forest has regenerated.
We have friends living there and these photos were taken on their property, which is nestled in the forest. It is glorious living in such a beautiful natural setting, but the fear of bushfire is a constant worry.
This post is part of the Scenic Sunday meme.
These are all so lovely! But I'm totally partial to the horse - wonderful!ReplyDelete
I couldn't imagine living in such beautiful surroundings! I love the bramble fence to keep the horse in. I could imagine that a fire would do a lot of damage in that area!ReplyDelete
You get around to alot of very photogenic places!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous place!! I love the horse!! It would be an incredible place to live, but I can just imagine the damage that could be done by fires! Terrific captures, as always, Nick! Hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
It would be like living in paradise!ReplyDelete
Oh, what a gorgeous place to live! The pond is my favorite feature! Have a great week ahead!ReplyDelete
Your friends are living in royal retreat!ReplyDelete
A lovely peep into the lush green area and the pretty spaces, thanks Nick.
All photos are beautiful! Very cool fence next to the horse.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful 'back yard' Nick, would be most people's idea of paradise! Was the Dandenong Ranges fire deliberately started I can't remember.ReplyDelete