23 September 2017 (11:00-16:30)
Surrounded by fabulous walks and concealed by enchanting clusters of trees, Hermitage House, which was built in 1785 by Robert Burn, is a magnificent edifice worth visiting. There is a doocot, walled garden, icehouse and water pump system. This is also an opportunity to peek into the workings of the Natural Heritage office situated here.
Architect: Robert Burn
Building Date: 1785
ACTIVITIES: Guided tours
Limited wheelchair access.