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ARMIDALE Heritage Buildings Photo Gallery

The following photographs are small representations of the bigger picture. You may view the full size version by clicking on the small picture.

All photographs in this gallery were taken by R. J. Burling

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Saumarez Homestead
Saumarez Homestead
Located approximately 6Km south of Armidale, this heritage homestead allows the vistor a view of the past history of the District. Access to the homestead is gained by turning off the New England Highway and following the signs from their. It is approximately 2Km from the airport to Saumarez: well worth the visit.
The Armidale School
A long established boarding school administered by the Anglican Church. The school caters for students from years K to 12. The students have a variety of opportunities through the school.
The Armidale School
Fomrer Armidale College of Advanced Education
Former Armidale College of Advanced Education
Built during the last century, this historic site has a most interesting history. Originally it was built as a gaol. In the 1930's, the building was taken over by the Education system and was converted to be used as a teacher training college. This use continued until the beginning of the 1990's when, following its merger with the University of New England, when the facilities were relocated to the university campus. The building is now being devloped for community use.
Smith House, main section
Smith House has long been known as the Teachers College Residential. For many years it housed the female students for the College and then became a co-ed college. The building is now a private enterprise containing some office space and a restaurant as well as budget accommodation for backpackers and students.
Smith House
Wesley Hall
Two buildings of some significance to Armidale are the old Wesley Hall (left), now a part of the Uniting Church. This building is the oldest church building still existing in Armidale, having been built in 1864. The Johnstone Memorial Hall (right) is a part of the Presbyterian Church.
Johnstone Memorial Hall

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