Willunga Courthouse Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built in 1855 the heritage-listed Courthouse (with cells, stable and police residence) nestles in a picturesque setting in historic Willunga. The Museum occupies an authentic period courtroom with displays of memorabilia. Visitors can browse an archive of family and district history records.
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