Overland Corner Hotel, Overland Corner and Heron Bend Reserve – National Trust Property
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About this site: The first stage of construction of the Overland Corner Hotel began in 1859. An 1872 underground water tank is still in existence and from 1897-1913 the Hotel functioned as a post office. Artefacts are on display throughout the hotel and the reserve, located on a scenic gum-lined section of the river, has a backdrop of high limestone cliffs. The hotel continues to be a popular gathering place.
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