Jacaranda 'Lane', on the way to Whitby Falls Coach House

I took this picture on my way to the Whitby Falls Coach House on the weekend. I went up there on Sunday. I just wanted to go up to the so-called Coach House and have a look at it again, just to see how it was going. Sadly, it is basically slowly falling into rack and ruin.

But before I show you my latest pictures of the Whitby Falls Coach House here is an old pot-holed track, albeit that it is bituminised and has a concrete curb along it, lined with Jacaranda trees. Presumably, at some time in the past, this track lead to a house.

The following two pictures are of the old Coach House, which probably wasn’t actually a coach house at all based on the comments left on my previous postings about this old building.

Back when I became aware of this building it was being used as a kind of café. You could drop in on your way up, or down, the South West Highway for a cup of tea and a scone. I think it was also being used as a wedding reception venue as well.

My main regret these days is that after all the times I went past when it was 'Open' I never ever popped in for a cuppa. I have no idea what this building looks like inside, or what the surrounding grounds look like when not being viewed from a distance over the side fence.

By the extremely rare chance that someone who sees this post knows how I could get into the grounds to take some pictures then please, I beg you, let me know. Leave a comment or send me an e-mail.