Things to See and Do - Glengallan Homestead

Glengallan Homestead
{mosimage cw=210} Located on the banks of Glengallan Creek amidst open pastoral land, Glengallan has emerged from the ruins of the 1867 homestead. Part of the Queensland Heritage Trails Network, visitors can walk back through time and re-live the story of a once great pastoral station. The two-storey sandstone building was described as the 'finest and best finished in the Colony', when its first wing was completed in 1867. Today, visitors to Glengallan will experience first-hand the sweeping views to Mt Marshall and Mt Dumaresq, pastoral scenes and elegant architecture which makes this homestead so memorable.

* Image courtesy of Tourism Queensland and Southern Downs & Granite Belt Regional Tourism

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