Olivewood – National Trust Property

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About this site: This 1880’s wooden-floored house was originally designed as a Canadian log cabin for the Chaffey brothers from Canada, who established the irrigation and fruit growing area of Renmark. It remains a working orangery and the orchard is fully operational, including its famous olive trees. Devonshire teas available.

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Cnr Renmark and Twenty-first Streets

Renmark

5341

SA

Ph. (08) 8586 6175