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Gazebos Sydney – Difference between Gazebos and Pergolas

By | July 16th, 2013|Categories: Gazebos, Pergolas|Tags: , , |

Gazebos and Pergolas are often misunderstood to be similar structures, but in actual there are few distinctions, with most differences involving the intended use of the structure. The difference between pergolas and gazebos is that pergolas are often attached structures with open-lattice roofs while gazebos are freestanding buildings with closed roofs and floors. Both are available in a range of sizes [...]

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Outdoor Gazebo Sydney – Types of Gazebos

By | June 11th, 2013|Categories: Gazebos, Outdoor Gazebo, Sydney Gazebos|Tags: , , |

Gazebos are an increasingly popular way to enjoy an outside atmosphere while staying protected from sun and rain. Gazebos can be built from a variety of construction materials. These include various woods, metals like aluminium and steel, and less common materials like bamboo. Outdoor Gazebo Sydney can be classified based on the designs, types and materials used. […]

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Where is this gazebos?

By | July 5th, 2011|Categories: Gazebos|Tags: , , |

Can anyone identify where this gazebo is located? To give you a hint, the gazebo is on an island in Sydney Harbour. There are seven islands in Sydney Harbour - Shark, Clark, Fort Denison, Cockatoo, Goat, Rodd, Spectacle and Snapper. The gazebo is on Rodd Island, near Drummoyne. It can be seen from the Iron [...]

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The Federation Pavilion

By | January 2nd, 2011|Categories: Gazebos|Tags: , , |

This is one of the most famous gazebos or pavilions in Australia.  On 1 January 1901 Lord Hopetoun signed the documents that established the Commonwealth of Australia in this pavilion.  The pavilion was moved to Cabarita Park in Sydney and Sir Kenneth Street, Lt-Governor of NSW was present at the 50th anniversary of the first [...]

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