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Gilmore Room

Gilmore Room

Named for the ship bringing the early settlers to this area in 1829 together with the Hooghly and Rockingham in 1830, this room houses equipment showing early technology of music, film, cameras, typewriters, and textile industries.

The books on display reflect the fact that Azelia appreciated literature and had a substantial library in what is now the kitchen.

This room also displays an historical mosaic depicting the heritage of the estate, created by the Jobswest team commissioned by the City of Cockburn.



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