Beaumont House ‘Victorian Embroidery’

A special display of Victorian Embroidery by members of the Embroiderer’s Guild of SA

Beaumont House ‘Victorian Embroidery’ display & house tours

Beaumont House is a State Heritage listed property built in 1849 by Augustus Short, the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide, and after, the home of Sir Samuel Davenport, politician, horticulturist & pioneer of the olive oil industry in SA. The house has a distinctive Mediterranean character with an open brickwork parapet in soft terracotta colours and a central flat roof originally accessed by a staircase. The NTSA Burnside Branch offer guided tours.

Cost: Adult $15, incl afternoon tea

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Beaumont House

631 Glynburn Rd Beaumont

Burnside@nationaltrustsa.org.au

Chris Perriam (08) 8362 3036 or 0411 036 491

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