Meroogal House, located in Nowra-Bomaderry, is a beautifully preserved historic home that offers a unique insight into the lives of early Australian women and their families. This enchanting heritage property is a must-visit for history buffs and those interested in the domestic history of Australia.

Built in 1885, Meroogal House was the home of four generations of women from the Thorburn and Macgregor families. It is a fine example of a late-Victorian timber house with intricate detailing, including lacework and ornate stained glass. The house has been preserved as a museum, providing visitors with a rare opportunity to step back in time and explore its well-preserved rooms, furnishings, and memorabilia.

One of the most fascinating aspects of Meroogal House is its collection of personal items and clothing, which provides a glimpse into the daily lives, fashions, and traditions of the women who lived there. Guided tours offer engaging narratives about the house’s history and the stories of the women who called it home.

The meticulously maintained gardens surrounding Meroogal House add to its charm, offering a peaceful setting for a leisurely stroll or a moment of reflection. The house also hosts special events, workshops, and exhibitions that further enrich the visitor experience.

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