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A 1880s wooden-floored log cabin house originally designed for the Chaffey brothers.

Designed as a log cabin for Canadian Charles Chaffey, younger brother of George and WB Chaffey who established the pioneering irrigation and fruit growing area of Renmark, this 1880s wooden-floored house is furnished from this period. The property remains a working orangery and the orchard is fully operational, including its famous olive trees.

The original olive oil processing shed behind the log cabin now houses some of the National Trust collection of artefacts and photographs. Nearby there is also a packing shed constructed in American style c1890 with a large overhead loft. It houses a citrus and dried fruit packing plant and associated items. Much of the museum collection has been moved into a newly constructed shed in the car park.

Additional Information

  • Type/Category: Museums
  • Street Address: Corner, Renmark Avenue (Sturt Highway) and Twenty-first Streets
  • Suburb: Renmark
  • State: South Australia
  • Postcode: 5341
  • Phone Number: (08) 8586 6175

364 Renmark Avenue
Renmark, South Australia.
Australia ,5341
(08) 8586 6175