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Miss Traill's House in Bathurst is a beautiful example of a period home at 321 Russell Street. Built in 1854 for a local Reverend then later owned by a Miss Traill who lived there from 1931 to her passing in 1976. Still in its original...More
We only got there 5 minutes after the last tour of the day had commenced. We were told to go in the kitchen to view the video which had started. Afterwards, we were given the guided tour which only lasts 20 minutes or so. A...More
Our Year 2 class visited Miss Traill's House for our History unit this term. We wanted to learn about how people's lives have changed over time. The guides were well-informed about the history of the House and Bathurst and were able to tell us how...More
Recently visited Miss Traill's House and Garden at 321 Russell Street in Bathurst and was amazed. This heritage house and garden is a real "treasure trove" of wonderful furniture, china, silverware and art. The friendly Tour Guide was so knowledgeable and added lots of interesting...More
The Blayney Garden Club visited Miss Traill's House and had a guided tour of the house and gardens. The most impressive feature is that all of the items on display are the authentic possessions of the late Miss Traill, not items "bought in" to "fill...More
On the excursion to Miss Traill’s House, the Kindergarten and Year 1 students discovered how family life has changed over the past 100 years, interacted with authentic sources and investigated local Bathurst history. The children were divided into small groups and taken on a guided...More
Miss Traill's house is worth a visit if you are in Bathurst on a weekend. Lots to see - memorabilia of the Lee family, one of the early settlers of the area. Pleasant gardens - take your own picnic, or group lunches or morning teas...More