Small yet Spacious

As our population booms, blocks of land have become a hot commodity. Houses have become bigger and, consequently, the good ol’ Aussie backyard has shrunk, becoming no more than a postage stamp size in which to place a barbecue or table to enjoy the warmer months.

However, this does not mean you can’t have a beautiful entertaining space to call your own, and the owners

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