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Saumarez Homestead Gardens

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The Saumarez garden has always been the setting for the homestead and, in many ways was an extension of the house.
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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital – Gold Coast

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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation was created to secure the future of Australia’s wildlife. The Foundation directly funds Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its vital work treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife. The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospital’s in the world, admitting
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Petticoat Lane

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A Hidden treasure this unique corner of Penola, Petticoat Lane still retains  original cottages and gardens enabling the visitor to experience the 19th Century cottages and view their stories and experiences. The working herb and vegetable garden produce is  on offer to visitors for a small coin donation. Discover South Australia’s heritage places with
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National Trust Centre

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A military hospital and state school which still creates sentiment and nostalgia with Sydneysiders.
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Old Melbourne Gaol

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  The original cells also held petty offenders, debtors, children, the homeless and the mentally ill along with Australia’s most infamous citizen, the bushranger Ned Kelly. The gallows, where prisoners were hanged are still in place at the gaol. Today you can visit the Old Melbourne Gaol and find out
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Latrobe Court House Museum

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Discover the many stories of Latrobe.
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Franklin House

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The birthplace of the National Trust in Tasmania.
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Runnymede

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A largely intact 19th century whaling family’s home named after Capt. Charles Bayley’s favourite ship, Runnymede.
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Penghana

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An impressive house and grounds dramatically sited overlooking Queenstown.
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Old Umbrella Shop

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This charming Launceston shop is one of the last surviving retail experiences of the early 1900’s. It was operated by three generations of the Shott family who made and repaired umbrellas, and in later years were renowned for their hand -crafted souvenirs made on the premises from native timbers. Today
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Home Hill

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1916 homestead and gardens of an Australian Prime Minister.
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Golden Vale Homestead

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A rural homestead featuring a grand sandstone house built in the 1870s.
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Clarendon

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Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, several farm buildings and a rare avenue of elms. It was built in 1838 as an extraordinary statement of achievement for wealthy wool grower
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Hobart Convict Penitentiary

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In the early 1830’s, a service in the chapel of the Van Diemen’s Land Prisoners’ Barracks Penitentiary was far from a serene and holy experience. The building, in the shape of a cruciform, was designed by John Lee Archer to make additional space for the growing number of convicts arriving
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Tasma Terrace

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The headquarters of the National Trust (Victoria), Tasma Terrace has a gift shop and features regular exhibitions and other events throughout the year.
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Rippon Lea Estate

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Rippon Lea is a National Heritage Listed heritage site and one of the last surviving examples of a grand estates.
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The Federal Standard Printing Works

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One of the few substantially intact provincial newspaper printeries remaining from the gold mining era.
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The Briars

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Situated at Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula, The Briars is a beautiful, rural property.
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The Heights

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Prefabricated in Hamburg, Germany, the Heights was erected in 1854 and is the largest dwelling of its kind in Victoria.
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Labassa

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From mansion to apartments, Labassa has survived with its Victorian era decoration intact.
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La Trobe’s Cottage

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The original home of Victoria's first Lt. Governor, Charles Joseph La Trobe from 1839 to 1854.
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