Moir Homestead – National Trust Property
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About this site: Moir Homestead in Fanny Bay, was the main point of entry for gold prospectors travelling to Western Australia’s eastern goldfields. Today, the ruins of the homestead (c1873/1880), blacksmith’s workshop (c1873), shepherd’s camp (c1873) and woolshed and stables (c1880) are National Trust properties and tangible reminders of the adaptation of English architecture to the local conditions and materials.
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