Beaumont House

Beaumont House built in 1849, was home of the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide, Bishop Augustus Short, and later Sir Samuel Davenport, politician, horticulturist and founder 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.


Beaumont House is the State Office of the National Trust of South Australia. Please telephone (08) 8202 9200, or email admin@nationaltrustsa.org.au for any enquiries. 

Please note during office hours Beaumont House is not open for public viewing.


Beaumont House Open Day held by the NTSA Burnside Branch (first Sunday of every month, except January).


 

Details

Beaumont House

Address:

631 Glynburn Road Beaumont. Bus Routes 147 and 142.

Open:

Beaumont House Open Day Tours are on the 1st Sunday of each month (except January) from 2pm - 4.30pm, and at other times by arrangement.

Closed:

Beaumont House is not open to the viewing public during weekdays for tours except by arrangement. Tour enquiries please contact 8202 9200

Phone:
8202 9200
Email:
bookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au
Entry Fees:

Open Day Tour (includes afternoon tea) Adult: $15
Concession: $12
Child under 16: Free
NT members: $7 for a/n tea
Afternoon tea $7

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