Moonta Miner’s Cottage and Heritage Garden – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built in 1870, this cottage of the mine settlement is typically Cousin Jack. The National Trust has furnished cottage to the pre 1900 period. The characteristic picket fence encloses a picturesque heritage garden that has been recreated in the style of gardens established by mining families.
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