Avondale – National Trust Property
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About this site: Avondale was an early pastoral property established in the 1830s. In 1936, the farm became a government research station for the development of grain varieties, animal husbandry and sustainable farming techniques. Dr Harold Bennets used the research station to develop a vaccine for the braxy-like disease in sheep. The farm has living heritage, with farm machinery, land care centre and animal nursery.
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