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Lansdowne

Location: 33 Bungonia Road, Goulburn, NSW 2580

Constructed: 1822-1825


Lansdowne Park, dating from 1825, is Goulburn's oldest homestead and earliest farming complex. The convict-built servants' quarters have been faithfully restored to self-contained holiday accommodation with modern facilities. The Cobb & Co Coach House and Stables were used for the "Bailey's Irish Cream" and Japanese TV commercials, the Bryce Courtney mini series "The Potato Factory" and also featured on "The Great Outdoors" with Ernie Dingo.


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Name of item: Lansdowne
Other name/s: Lansdowne Park, Synagogue and 3 Cottages
Type of item: Landscape
Collection: Farming and Grazing
Category: Homestead Complex
Location: 33 Bungonia Road, Goulburn, NSW 2580
Local Govt: Goulburn Mulwaree
Constructed: 1822-1825
Current use: Accommodation, tours
Former use: Aboriginal land, farm and country homestead, tours