Jerilderie Historic Residence is a faithfully restored Bank of NSW 1880s Queen Victoria era building. Enjoy the nostalgic experience of history preserved in this living museum which is also home to your hosts Beth and Roy who have paid particular attention to detail of the elegance and beauty of the Victorian era, so you are invited to step into a time warp that this home provides. It is reputed that the safe within the vault in the centre of the home is the safe robbed by Ned Kelly in 1879 moved to the site when the “new” bank was built.
The residence is set within beautiful old world English cottage gardens with fountains and gazebo to name a few highlights.
Set within the grounds is a show room of authentic collections of Australian memorabilia.
Open Garden everyday from September – June, unless inclement weather.
Tours are available by appointment.
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