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Leahy Historical House
Thargomindah, South West

Free Entry - Entry Information

07 4655 3399
thargo.info@bigpond.com.au
www.bulloo.org.au

Description

Leahy House was built around 1885 when a deed of grant was made to the Thargomindah Newspaper Company.

The house is built of local mud brick and was owned by Sir Sydney Kidman in the early 1900s. The Bulloo Shire Council purchased the building in 1995 and the Thargomindah Historical Society were entrusted to preserve its history.

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It is now a museum, open to the public, seven days a week.

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Property Details

Facilities

  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
    Assisted Access

Activities

  • Walking
    Walking

Other Information

How To Get There:
Directly down the Main Street, Dowling Street, on the left hand side before the hospital.


Free Entry


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Map of Leahy Historical House
Dowling Street
Thargomindah
Queensland 4492 Australia

Contact Details

07 4655 3399

 

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