Mangowine Homestead, Nungarin, Western Australia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member blingg
S 31° 02.792 E 118° 06.285
50J E 605417 N 6564717
Quick Description: An historic homestead in the central wheatbelt of W.A.
Location: Western Australia, Australia
Date Posted: 10/9/2013 1:30:09 AM
Waymark Code: WMJ835
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
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Long Description:
This pioneer's homestead was built for Charles and Jane Adams. The property consists of the first homestead (c1876) constructed of stone and mud brick as a place to manage their pastoral leases. When gold was discovered at nearby Yilgarn in the 1880s a wayside inn (c1889) was built on the property to provide catering and lodging premises for the diggers.
Mangowine has been furnished in a manner that recreates the original atmosphere. The dining room contains interesting items of memorabilia relating to the Adams family,
The homestead is owned by the National Trust of Australia and is open to the public most days, thereis also provision for overnight stays for those with caravans or camping on site and is located approx 16kms north of Nungarin , 3 hours drive northeast of Perth
Link to the Homestead: [Web Link]

Structure Type: Stone

History if no Link: Not listed

Additional Parking or Point of Interest: Not Listed

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