Built in the 1830s by Charles Byrne, brother to the Michael Burne who had Glenalvon built. Restored in the year 2000, it is now owned by Campbelltown Council.
Built from colonial brick, the rubble stone kitchen built is separate from the main building.
The Campbelltown Heritage and Cultural Walk has other buildings not shown here. To do that would spoil the surprise, but other Campbelltown attractions include the Campbelltown Arts Centre, the Steam and Machinery Museum, the Japanese Gardens and Teahouse and the Sculpture Garden. Phone the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre for more information : Phone +061 2 4645 4100.
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