• Collingrove Homestead

    Home to one of South Australia’s most influential pioneers, John Howard Angas and four generations of the Angas family, this mid 19th century homestead was donated to the National Trust of South Australia by the last resident Ronald Fife Angas. The current tenants run it is a luxury B&B.

Collingrove was the original family home of John Angas (1823-1904), pastoralist, politician and philanthropist, one of South Australia’s most influential pioneers. Beginning in 1856, the homestead was built for John’s wife Suzanne as a little piece of England.

It was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1976 by John’s grandson, Ronald Angas, and is now run as a luxury B&B with five guest rooms in the converted servant’s quarters. It is also a popular venue for weddings and other functions.

Closed to the public until further notice

House and garden tour $10.00 per person
Devonshire tea $10.00 per person

By appointment only for house and garden tours

08 8564 2061
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Collingrove Homestead

Home to one of South Australia’s most influential pioneers, John Howard Angas and four generations of the Angas family, this mid 19th century homestead was donated to the National Trust of South Australia by the last resident Ronald Fife Angas. The current tenants run it is a luxury B&B.