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Roseneath (Walkerville History Collection)

Roseneath in Walkerville

Roseneath is a state heritage-listed private residence, circa 1847, which has a tunnel that leads from the ground floor to the servant’s cottage at the rear. Visitors will be able to journey through the front door, into the tunnel and then up some steps into the servant’s cottage to explore a photo display and history of the house and its owners. Funds raised go to the Women of Walkerville Foundation charities. It is recommended that you wear sensible shoes.

Presented by Town of Walkerville

When

Thu 6, Sat 15 & Sun 16 May, 11am-2pm

Where

Roseneath, 5 Cluny Ave, Walkerville

Price

Per Person: $5.00

Contact

Town of Walkerville, 8342 7100, adade@walkerville.sa.gov.au

Info

Open Doors

Connect

https://www.walkerville.sa.gov.au/

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