Explore Beaumont House in 2023
Enjoy a special tour of the house and garden followed by refreshments on the veranda
Take a unique tour with a different perspective of Beaumont House.
Claremont Cottage built In 1849 by Augustus Short, first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide and wife Millicent Phillips. Purchased by Sir Samuel Davenport and wife Margaret Cleland in 1857; a politician, horticulturist, pioneer of SA’s olive oil, wine, silk, and perfume industries. In 1907 purchased by Major William Vincent and wife Alice Buzzard, and in 1911 by lawyer Richard Bennett and his bohemian wife Lillian Brocksopp. He died in 1929 and she married Kenneth Brock in 1936. Property bequeathed to NTSA in 1970.
Tour house, wander through beautiful gardens, olive grove, enjoy afternoon tea on verandah over-looking garden, city and gulf. COVID Safe Plan in place.
Open Days 2023
First Sunday of each month (except January)
Sunday 5 March – Sir Samuel Davenport’s 205th Birthday
Sunday 2 April
Sunday 7 May – History Festival and Heritage Month Event – “Beaumont House: What’s in our House, I Wonder”
$20.00 per adult
$10.00 per child
*Tours won’t run every 20 minutes on Sunday 7th May*
Sunday 4 June
Sunday 2 July
Sunday 6 August – SALA Festival Event ‘Who’s in our House’ – Full details TBA
Sunday 3 September
Sunday 1 October
Sunday 5 November
Sunday 3 December
Tours every 20 minutes between 2.00pm – 4.30pm
Adult: $15 includes afternoon tea
Child under 16: Free
NT members: $10 for a/n tea
Afternoon tea $10
Pay on the day at the door
Cash or card accepted
Chris Perriam 0468 866 492 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Group Tours of Beaumont House are available at other times by arrangement.
For details and bookings contact Chris 0468 866 492 or email@example.com
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