Mount Gambier Courthouse Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: Work began on the pink dolomite stone courthouse in 1864. Now a National Trust property, there have been a number of additions to the building, including: a fence erected in 1869; a verandah constructed in 1871; a new wing in 1878; and gas lighting which replaced kerosene lamps in 1892.
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