Tocal Homestead, Paterson

#78 of 210 in Historic Sites in New South Wales
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Tocal Homestead is a heritage-listed homestead at Tocal Road, Paterson, Dungog Shire, New South Wales, Australia. The original 1845 homestead was designed by William Moir, while an 1867 barn was designed by Edmund Blacket. The property is owned by the C. B. Alexander Foundation. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999. The Tocal College complex, built on the former homestead grounds from the 1960s, is separately heritage-listed.
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  • Fabulous stay. Beautiful historic farm. The restored barracks was a lovely place to stay. Great tour with Mick. Highly recommended  more »
  • It was fascinating to learn about the history of this beautiful homestead. The audio guide is a terrific idea! Loved the Aboriginal seed-grounding grooves,the 400-year-old Moreton Bay fig,the...  more »
  • Had our wedding here and it's a really beautiful spot. The company that manages events there is very good too
  • Absolutely love this place have been many times and each time we go I still discover something I haven't seen before

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