Explore and immerse yourself in the stories of the workers and their families who lived in Blundells Cottage, a historic Canberra landmark and one of the last remaining domestic buildings in the National Triangle.
Now close to Lake Burley Griffin, it was a considerable distance from the old Molonglo River but provided a home for workers on the Campbell's Duntroon estate, and later, for those who came to build the new Capital of Australia.
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Ranked #83 of 197 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor
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Reviewed on 8 Jul 2016
This is a great place to see how families lived in the past. It is interesting to see the type of tools that were used.
Reviewed on 14 Jan 2016
Among all the grand and grandiose memorials dotted around Australia's national capital, Canberra, Blundell's Cottage is a humbler relic from days gone by. It is a stone cottage on the shores of Lake...
Reviewed on 25 Oct 2015
A visit to the stone, worker's cottage makes a nice change to the significant monuments and flash buildings that Canberra has become. The staff are incredibly knowledgeable and paint a wonderful...
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