Barwon Grange – National Trust Property
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About this site: Geelong’s only surviving 1850s riverside house in original condition inside and out. Barwon Grange was built for businessman Jonathan Porter O’Brien. Rooms are displayed in the way in which they were first used, faithfully representing an 1856 inventory. The picturesque garden slopes down towards the Barwon River.
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