A Verandah is a roofed opened gallery or porch. It is also described as an open pillared gallery, generally roofed. The Verandah frequently extends across the front ,back and sides of the main house. Generally covering a beautiful deck. Many different roofing types and colours can be used to enhance the finished look. The design can be what ever fits with look of the house.
The verandah has featured quite prominently in Australian vernacular architecture and first became widespread in colonial buildings during the 1850s. The Victorian Filigree architecture style is used by residential (particularly terraced houses in Australia and New Zealand) and commercial buildings (particularly hotels) across Australia and features decorative screens of wrought iron, cast iron “lace” or wood fretwork. The Queenslander is a style of residential construction in Queensland, which is adapted to subtropical climates and characterized by its large verandas, often in the Filigree style.