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Built in 1903, and designed by Reed, Smart, Tappin, “Burnewang”, situated on the banks of the Campaspe river a few kilometres east of Elmore, is regarded as one of Australia’s grandest country homesteads. After WW2 the farm was subdivided for Soldier Settlement, and the 34 room Jacobean and Elizabethan style house fell into decline. We brought it back to life in the during the 1990’s, restoring the interior, with its massive oregon beams, polished ceilings and stained glass windows, as well as the extensive lawns, flower beds, large vegetable garden, citrus grove and outbuildings.

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