Looks great apart from the fence
Fun story about the fence... for context you should note the Gal posts that form the official boundary.
Grumpy neighbour on the other side wanted me to cut down those two Gum trees because he was afraid they'd fall on his house and kill him in his sleep (p.s. they've obviously been there for way longer than either he or I have). While I acknowledge that the risk is never zero I do note that he has no qualms getting behind the wheel most days. I choose to live in a rural town because I prefer the trees.
A while after the pump track went in there was a mumbled exchange about privacy and how dare we use our own backyard for something fun. A few months later I arrive home to the colourbond fence being installed 100mm from the boundary, again I choose to live in a rural town because I'm not a fan of rows upon rows of colourbond fencing but he can do what he pleases on his side.
Now it would appear that the fencing contractor failed to consider the prevailing Westerly wind, it looks utterly shite but has given me the motivation to plant the Photinia Red Robin hedge that was always eventually going to go there.