Wyndham History

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A symmetrical bluestone building with a central doorway, a single large window either side with chimneys built into the end walls.

A two storey timber house in the Queen Anne style.

Timber house and timber shed once used as a blacksmiths but now a private residence.

Single storey Edwardian house, facing the railway line, a typical example of the period. Between the house and the railway line is a row of cypresses.

Bluestone complex of buildings in a ruined state close to the railway line to the east of the Little River township.

The Shaw family home is a timber house, symmetrical in form but with detailing reflecting of the Edwardian period in which it was built. The house is sheltered by a tall cypress hedge.

A large pastoral property with a large bluestone shearing shed, a bluestone building and a timber house.

Bluestone ruins remain on site with some walls remaining to roof height.

A bluestone L-shaped building with a verandah extending on two sides which is in a derelict state.

A bluestone homestead comprising an 1870s two storey section with two single storey wings with bay windows added in 1880s.

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