• Burnside Branch, National Trust of South Australia

    The Burnside branch of the National Trust of South Australia is based at Beaumont House, a State Heritage listed property built in 1849 by Augustus Short, the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide. It is also the State Office of the National Trust of South Australia.

The Burnside branch of the National Trust of SA is based at Beaumont House, a State Heritage listed property built in 1849 by Augustus Short, the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide; and then the home of Sir Samuel Davenport, politician, horticulturist & pioneer of the olive oil industry in South Australia.

Members meet on the 2nd Friday, March, June, September, & 1st Friday of December at 7.00pm; while the committee meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 3pm.

Beaumont House is also the State Office of the National Trust of South Australia. The house is only open to the public on special open days.

Chris Perriam
08 8362 3036
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Postal address: 164 First Ave Royston Park SA 5070

Burnside Branch, National Trust of South Australia

The Burnside branch of the National Trust of South Australia is based at Beaumont House, a State Heritage listed property built in 1849 by Augustus Short, the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide. It is also the State Office of the National Trust of South Australia.