Heritage

Heritage on Glenthorne

The state of colonial heritage on Glenthorne has sadly declined in the last twenty years.   This may not have happened if Glenthorne was open to the public, and the state of dis-repair was more widely known.

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2018_Glenthorne_Heritage_Proposal.pdf

Glenthorne_Heritage_Proposal.pdf

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For a Register of the Heritage on Glenthorne – Download the University of Adelaide Document here

Glenthorne’s oldest trees awarded status

The National Trust’s Significant Tree Committee agreed at their December meeting to list five of the heritage trees at Glenthorne on the Register of Significant Trees. They are the following:

This listing is an important contribution to the recognition of Glenthorne’s significant heritage.

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Two Osage Orange trees, which appear in the 1865 photograph of Glenthorne.
The old Pear tree described as among the oldest and largest Pear  tree in Australia.