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Braidwood and Its Setting

Location: Various, Braidwood, NSW 2622

Constructed: 1839

First planned in 1839, Braidwood is a charming and excellent surviving example of a Georgian period town. Set amongst rolling hills, Braidwood is a rare colonial town that retains much of its historic form and fabric today. Spend some time exploring this remarkable location, as well as the surrounding local art galleries, craft shops, historical buildings, museum and the state forests, and you will have a unique and memorable experience!

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Name of item: Braidwood and Its Setting
Other name/s: Braidwood, Braidwood Farm, Jellamatong
Type of item: Conservation Area
Collection: Urban Area
Category: Townscape
Location: Various, Braidwood, NSW 2622
Local Govt: Palerang
Designer: Original survey and plan by James Larmer, 1839
Constructed: 1839
Current use: Town/Village, farms
Former use: Aboriginal land, farms, Town/Village