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Victorian Properties Classified by the National Trust

Other properties classified by the National Trust include:

  • Government House, Melbourne, one of the finest examples of Italiante architecture in Australia
  • Gulf Station, Yarra Glen, one of the pioneer farms of the yarra valley
  • McCrae Homestead & Museum, one of Victoria's oldest homestead's
  • Mulberry Hill, an American Colonial style residence built in the late 1920s
  • Briars Historic Park, one of the oldest pastoral properties on the Mornington Peninsula, featuring the Dame Mabel Brookes Collection of Napoleonic artefacts
  • Heights Heritage House & Garden,the largest German prefabricated building in Victoria
  • Barwon Grange, Geelong, an elegant, intact brick home dating from Geelong's earliest riverside settlement
  • Partarlington Mill, one of the few once-common flourills now open to the public
  • Barwon Park, Winchelsea, is a majestic 42-room bluestone mansion and stables
  • Joss House, Bendigo, the only surviving Chinese building of it kind in regional Victoria
  • Mooramong Homestead, Skipton, was built in the early 1870s but altered in 1937 to conform to American tastes
  • Steam Packet Inn, Portand, was built in 1841 and is one of the oldest buildings in Victoria
  • Dow's Pharmacy, Chiltern, was built in 1859 and is now a museum
  • Lake View Homestead, Chiltern, is distinguished because of its associations with the author Henry Handel Richardson
  • Federal Standard Printing Works, Chiltern, is one of the few substantailly intact provincial newspaper printeries remaining from the gold mining era
  • Powder Magazine, Beechworth, was built in the 1850s to safely house blasting powders used in gold mining

Most of these properties are situated in country locations not too distant from Melbourne and accessible as day trips. Others, such as the Steam Packet Inn and Powder Magazine, are hundreds of kilometres from Melbourne and more suited as weekend or multi-day excursions. Information on all these properties can be obtained from the National Trust (Victoria)

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