VIRTUAL TOUR - Main building DOWNSTAIRS




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See our "quaint and quirky" hand-made gifts, and perhaps purchase a memento of your visit.

This area displays various temporary exhibits highlighting early pioneers of the district. Currently it is used as an historic school room to conduct one of the modules in our school tours.


Set up to depict a family kitchen, this room boasts a lovely pine dresser and miner's couch.

Used for meetings and other community functions, this room contains photographic records and artefacts from early Tea Tree Gully, including the Freemason Lodge that met there.


The cellar is the only remaining remnant of earlier Hotel days. From 1880 to 1963 this room was the Tea Tree Gully Post Office. Visit and try to decipher our Letter Puzzle.

The main access gives a warm welcome.

Used for meetings and other community functions, this room contains photographic records and artefacts from early Tea Tree Gully, including the Highercombe Lodge that met there.











The ground floor and toilets have disabled access.


Group tours most times by arrangement.

Ask about our "Stop Over Break" of home-made biscuits or our delicious "Morning Tea" with bottomless tea or coffee.