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Macpherson Homestead

The heritage-listed homestead of the Macpherson family, who settled in Carnamah in 1868.

  • Historical Sites:Buildings

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  • Historical Sites:Buildings
  • Facilities:Free

Description

The heritage listed Macpherson Homestead was one of the first buildings in the district, and following restoration is standing strong aged over 135 years.

It is located just one kilometre east of the Carnamah townsite via a marked driveway on the north side of the Carnamah-Bunjil Road.

The homestead and its grounds can be visited at anytime. If you would like to look inside please make prior arrangements by telephone with George on 08 9951 1690, or Jill on 08 9951 1575 or 0458 576 758.

See also Macpherson Homestead on our website and Virtual Musuem: Macpherson Family.

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