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