Myilly Point Heritage Precinct – National Trust Property
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About this site: The precinct contains four houses built for high-ranking public servants during the late 1930s. The houses were designed by then Government architect, BCG (Beni) Burnett, and demonstrate passive cooling in tropical houses, with large banks of louvre windows, high ceilings and lots of airflow. The houses are Magistrates House, Mines House, Burnett House and Audit House.
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