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Mangowine Homestead

Karomin Rd, Western Australia 6490, Australia
+61 8 9046 5149
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A real piece of West Australian history

What a great and interesting place to spend a couple a days in the caravan. The tour around this... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
geoffandjan06
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Bridgetown, Australia
Beautiful piece of history

We came at the wrong time of year. Would be wonderful to visit during the wildflower season. Much... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2017
thewanderingslaters
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Perth, Australia
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Mangowine Homestead has long been a place of hospitality, a necessary stop for people travelling through the region. Its setting is a powerful reminder of each individual’s place in, and relationship to, the environment. The original cottage was built in c1876 for Charles and Jane Adams, a home from which to manage their pastoral leases. In c1889, a second, adjacent building was erected as an inn.
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18 Jul 2017
“Beautiful piece of history”
7 Sep 2017
“A real piece of West Australian history”
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Karomin Rd, Western Australia 6490, Australia
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

What a great and interesting place to spend a couple a days in the caravan. The tour around this 140 odd year old buildings by Bob was extremely interesting and his knowledge of them and the surrounding areas gave you an insight into the lives...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2017

We came at the wrong time of year. Would be wonderful to visit during the wildflower season. Much cooler and bring a van and stay overnight. Lovely attention to detail and kept clean which must be hard considering the dust. Shows the buildings as they...More

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Reviewed 24 April 2016 via mobile

It's a nice place. Very peaceful in the wheat belt. There is a drive trail nearby where you can get maps and CDs. Ask at any tourist or council office. I think it's even online.

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Reviewed 30 September 2014

I have just visited Mangowine Homestead for the second time. Its a lovely old house with so much history! we were with a group of people from Perth. Unfortunately we didn't get the tour this time. The first time we went there was a couple...More

Thank Joy D
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Response from thewanderingslaters | Reviewed this property |
There are flushing toilets. No shower that I saw. No camp kitchen as it is a heritage listed place that just happens to have a nice block of land next to it and they allow campers. They do have a couple of powered... More
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