Industries at Beaumont House: Display and Tours

Beaumont House, NTSA (Chris Perriam)

Beaumont House is a charming early-colonial house set in a large garden with sweeping lawns and towering trees. This state heritage-listed property was built in 1849 by Bishop Augustus Short, first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide. It was later home to Sir Samuel Davenport, politician, horticulturist and pioneer of the olive oil industry in South Australia. Open for guided tours. Find out more of the history of the house and its people by visiting this historic property.

TOUR the Historic house. SEE the original Olive Grove. WALK in the restored Gardens. ENJOY afternoon tea on the verandah.

Bookings required for groups only

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Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Companion card accepted
  • Partial wheelchair access

Event type

Guided tour/Display

Dates and times

Sun 5 May, 1-4pm

Location

Beaumont House, 631 Glynburn Rd, Beaumont

Cost

Adult: $15.00
Concession: $10.00
Child: (under 16) free

Booking

Bookings required for groups only

Contact

Chris Perriam
8362 3036
perriamci [at] bigpond.com.au
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