Despite being "open" there was no one there, but really, you only have to walk around the property and read the story boards to get all you need out of the visit. I loved the walk up to the pool and read the Aboriginal legend of it being the place where the moon goes to bathe. It makes you weep to think that thousands of years of Aboriginal occupation has been wiped out in two hundred short years. The Bussells were good people and did what they could for the local Aboriginies, but it is still a place tinged with sadness. Go, look, think and enjoy!
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