Clarendon Homestead – National Trust Property
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About this site: Situated on the banks of the South Esk, Clarendon is one of Australia’s great Georgian houses. James Cox, second son of William Cox who pioneered the first road over the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, completed Clarendon in 1838. Enjoy the conservatory tearooms at this great National Trust property.
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