It is high time Sydney had a high line to match Paris and New York City | Trent Zimmerman

Abutting one of Sydney’s most beautiful bays sits one of the city’s most idyllic retreats. Born out of an act of love and grief, Wendy Whiteley started work on her secret garden at Lavender Bay in the weeks after the death of her husband, Brett, in 1992. She threw herself into clearing disused, rubbish-filled and weed-infested railway land with a passion that has created the garden that is now a sanctuary and place of wonder for locals and visitors alike.

When Whiteley started on this incredible journey, she had no permission from the often mercurial transport authorities for her…

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