There are Six Sides to Our Round House
Step back in time with a guided tour to explore the Round House and uncover six amazing stories celebrating the pivotal role this unique historical building played in the development of Murray Bridge. The Round House is a bespoke, hexagonal-shaped building with magnificent views of the Murray River and the bridges that cross it. Originally home to the superintendent overseeing the construction of the first bridge to span the Murray, the residence later became the first school, post office, church and council chamber in Murray Bridge. On Sundays enjoy high tea and croquet in the gardens.
Bookings not required
- Companion card accepted
- Partial wheelchair access