Auburn Old Police Station and Courthouse Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Old Police Station and Courthouse were completed in 1860 and later extended. A variety of stone was used in the construction of the buildings, as well as handsawn Redgum and three different types of paving; flat slate paving, pitch paving and cobble work. Devonshire teas and lunch available.
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