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Sharam Cottages

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Built early in 1850 of blackwood slabs and a bark roof out of timber from the banks of a nearby swamp.
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Stangate House and Garden

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Built by Adelaide architect Eric McMichael from plans drawn up in London in 1937.
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Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum

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Built in 1850's in the village Steventon, operated as the Highercombe Hotel for 24 years.
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Old Blythewood

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A testament to the industry, ingenuity and flexibility of the pioneering McLarty family
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Strawberry Hill / Barmup

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Strawberry Hill was considered old more than 100 years ago.
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Mount Gambier Courthouse Museum

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An imposing building reflecting the formal architectural style of important government buildings of the 1860s.
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Moonta Miners Cottage and Heritage Garden

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The cottage built in 1870 is a combination of hand fired bricks and ìWattle and Daubî.
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Mugga Mugga

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A conserved small, stone cottage built for the head shepherd of Duntroon in the 1870s.
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Tuggeranong Homestead

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One of the first first farms in Tuggeranong, now preserved as a museum.
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Beaumont House

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The house is a distinctive Mediterranean character, open brickwork parapet in soft terracotta colours.
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Collingrove Homestead

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Collingrove Homestead provides a fine example of how our pioneers created a new Australian architecture.
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Gamble Cottage

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Built in 1902 for Joseph Gamble and his family. Bequeathed in 1982 for community use.
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Lanyon Homestead

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Historic homestead and outbuildings set within great natural beauty.
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Calthorpe’s House

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Original furnishing, appliances & photo's reflect middle-class life in Canberra in the 1920s.
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Blundell’s Cottage

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This historic family cottage is open every Saturday morning for visitors.
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Mines House

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Mines House is a Type ‘E’ design by architect Beni Carr Glynn Burnett.  The Type ‘E’ is an elevated, timber-framed, asbestos cement clad residence.  The original design included asbestos cement roof sheeting, which was recently replaced with, grey Colorbond sheeting. There have been a number of changes made since construction,
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Burnett House

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This is the only surviving example of B.C.G. Burnett’s Type ‘K’ and was unusual in being of two-storey configuration.
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Audit House

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Audit House was built for the Commonwealth Auditor in 1938.  The residence is one of a number built in this part of Darwin for high-ranking public servants in the 1930s.
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