The Gothic Wall opens through two archways onto the Western Garden. The “garden” is mainly comprised of numbers of tall eucalypt trees including Ghost Gums and other varieties. At the centre of this space is a seat which provides a resting place and sweeping views over the mountains to Mount Banks to the south.
From the Western Garden one can walk across Point Road onto the Western Slopes. This gently sloping area has been planted with a variety of pine trees, interspersed by native eucalypts and mountain ash. A basalt stone low wall runs the length of the upper bank of the Sub-Alpine Way and curves around to the intersection of Protea Road and Terrace Drive. This area of Breenhold gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy walking across the property in a semi-forest environment with the National Park below.