Balinese Gardens: An Oasis of Tranquility

Australia, with its warm climate and love for outdoor living, has embraced Balinese gardens with open arms. Beautiful sanctuaries inspired by the idyllic landscapes of Bali have become a popular choice for many Australians. You too can create a serene and relaxing retreat in your own backyard.

What makes a Balinese Garden

The allure of Balinese gardens lies in their ability to transport us to a place of tranquility and relaxation. They offer a harmonious blend of natural elements and architectural features that create that all-important sense of peace and serenity.

Balinese architecture takes inspiration from the open-air pavilions and tropical climate of Bali, resulting in homes and gardens that seamlessly flow together. This seamless transition is often achieved through the use of traditional Balinese gates or “candi bentar”. These mark the entrance to the garden and symbolize the transition from the outside world to the private realm of the garden.

Ponds and water features are another hallmark of gardens in Bali which often incorporate stone statues and fountains. These serve as focal points and add a touch of elegance to the overall design.

Traditional gardens in Bali also feature carefully curated outdoor spaces for relaxation and contemplation. Traditional “bale” pavilions or gazebos provide shaded areas where one can relax and enjoy the beauty of the garden. These structures are often adorned with intricate carvings and are an excellent example of the exquisite craftsmanship that is a trademark of Balinese artistry.

Shop for Balinese Gardens in Bali

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