Heritage style bathroom with spa

What more could you want after a day of touring the world famous Barossa Valley than to relax with a warm spa. It is big enough for two so it is perfect to begin a romantic evening. We supply quality bath robes and fluffy towels to add to the experience.
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Fully equipped kitchen

After a day out touring the Barossa Valley why not come back to the cottage and cook yourself a meal from all the lovely produce you’ve bought at the local Barossa Farmer’s Market. Store your goodies in the full sized fridge (there is plenty of room for those bottles of Barossa white wine). Cooking options include an electric stove top with four burners, microwave and electric...
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Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station

OLD TELEGRAPH STATION: The first South Australian electric telegraph link was established between Adelaide and Port Adelaide in 1856. A line was opened between Adelaide and Gawler in 1857 and that line was extended to Angaston in 1866 (see below re early telegraph communications). Mr Louis Iverson maintained the Greenock telegraph service in a small office in his home located in the main street...
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Greenock Public Cemetery

GREENOCK PUBLIC CEMETERY: The cemetery was opened in the early 1850s but few details are known of burials prior to the proclamation of the Cemeteries Act of 1864 which made the recording of all burials compulsory. Buried in the cemetery are two young children of Louis Iverson, the local Telegraph Officer (Jacob, age 3 who died in 1875 of Scarlet Fever and one year old Hermann who died in  1876...
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Greenock Post Office

GREENOCK POST OFFICE:  A postal service to Greenock commenced in 1856 and was conducted in conjunction with a general retail store on the site of the present Greenock Creek Tavern. The Greenock Post and Telegraph Office was erected in 1879, combining the postal service and the telegraph service. Telegraph services were maintained from here until the mid 1920s and the staff operated a manual...
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