Bill’s Point Lookout

Down the slope from the Lower Terrace Lawn, at the end of a short pathway through the bush, is a small stone obelisk, with a descriptive plaque, erected to the memory of Charlotte (Bill) Breen, who passed away in 1968, when Breenhold was only in the infancy of its development. Situated off the basalt of the main garden area, this rocky sandstone outcrop has been weathered by millions of years of wind and rain, and its surface has been “sculpted” into interesting whorls and shapes. Bill’s Lookout affords spectacular views over the National Park and to the left, the planted trees of Breenhold on the skyline provide a cultivated contrast to the “wave upon wave” of gum trees and native bushland stretching below.