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Blundells Cottage

Fenceline posts Blundells Cottage
Wendouree Drive side of Blundells
Slab building Blundells Cottage
Interior displays Blundells Cottage
Oldfield display
Interior display Blundells Cottage
Fenceline posts Blundells Cottage
Wendouree Drive side of Blundells
Slab building Blundells Cottage
Interior displays Blundells Cottage
Oldfield display

Overview

The displays in this heritage listed workers dwelling give an insight into the lives of the families who lived in there and their experiences on the Limestone Plains. Four families are represented, coving the 100 years this was a family home, from 1860 - 1960. Residents were witnesses to the change from remote rural properties to being in the centre of the nation's capital.

Bookings are not necessary unless bringing a large family group. Bookings for schools are available on Thursdays with Book Canberra Excursions via the website.

Please note: Blundell’s is over 150 years old, so access is not fully accessible.

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Wendouree Drive, Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

TripAdvisor ratingBased on 29 reviews

“If you want visit inside , group tour only on weekend”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 2mos ago by jajavalB

This hisgorical cottage is place where first whites coming to this area to distribute food to aborigibals. It's small but interesting can checkout through winfows but insider tpur need to be in group...

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“Blundells Cottage - Canberra”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 10mos ago by mrwjc

My wife & I have just visited Blundells Cottage for the first time. The cottage was built in 1860 & sits beside Lake Burley Griffin. There is NO charge to visit & there are tour guides there to show...

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“Quaint cottage.”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 1yr ago by AndyJohn74

Located on the northern shoreline of Lake Burley Griffin, this cottage was constructed in 1860 and passed through a number of farming families. It is open for tours and shows a visible aspect of life...

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  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Picnic Area
  • Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)