Must visit in Penola to see the history of this area, small cottages are amazing with interesting stories, some shops there too, near the Mary Maclliop centre , must see!
Following the guide brochure to this charming street gives depth to the interest of the many old buildings preserved here. In autumn you may be lucky enough to score a Cox's Orange Pippin from the leftover basket from the National Trust garden. The only jarring note is the block house of a modern dwelling tbaywas allowed to be built at... 更多
Didn't have a lot of time when we visited, so we will go back to do the Heritage Walking Tour. We did visit Petticoat Lane, which, while small, is well worth a look. There are a few cottages along the lane (two of which you can go into and read about the pioneering family who built them), and some lovely... 更多
We visited this little historic lane on our bike. Whilst there is not a lot to look at we found it great. One of the cottages was open Sunday and they have a herb garden at the back where you can take some herbs and leave a donation. It's so quaint and beautiful. Amazing to see how we used to... 更多
We finished our visit to Penola with a wander down Petticoat Lane, where we were amazed by the work done by the National Trust. Don't miss this historic part of Penola.