NILE

NILE

NILE

Nile

On the Nile River, the small village of Nile is about 15km off the Midlands Highway, 11 km south of Evandale.

A must-see at Nile is Clarendon House, Australia’s grandest rural colonial estate, https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/places/clarendon/

Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, outbuildings and a rare avenue of elms.

Also at Clarendon you can enjoy Devonshire Tea at the Clarendon Tea House, as well visit the Norfolk Plains History Centre and the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.

Clarendon is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm.

Highlights not to miss

  • Visit historic Clarendon House
  • Discover the magic of fly fishing at the Australian Fly Fishing Museum
  • The Norfolk Plains Heritage Centre is a museum and historical informaiton resource

Nile

On the Nile River, the small village of Nile is about 15km off the Midlands Highway, 11 km south of Evandale.

A must-see at Nile is Clarendon House, Australia’s grandest rural colonial estate, https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/places/clarendon/

Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, outbuildings and a rare avenue of elms.

Also at Clarendon you can enjoy Devonshire Tea at the Clarendon Tea House, as well visit the Norfolk Plains History Centre and the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.

Clarendon is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm.

Highlights not to miss

  • Visit historic Clarendon House
  • Discover the magic of fly fishing at the Australian Fly Fishing Museum
  • The Norfolk Plains Heritage Centre is a museum and historical informaiton resource

Nile

On the Nile River, the small village of Nile is about 15km off the Midlands Highway, 11 km south of Evandale.

A must-see at Nile is Clarendon House, Australia’s grandest rural colonial estate, https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/places/clarendon/

Set in 7 hectares of parklands on the banks of the South Esk River, this magnificent three-storey Georgian house has servants’ quarters, a heritage walled garden, outbuildings and a rare avenue of elms.

Also at Clarendon you can enjoy Devonshire Tea at the Clarendon Tea House, as well visit the Norfolk Plains History Centre and the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.

Clarendon is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm.

Highlights not to miss

  • Visit historic Clarendon House
  • Discover the magic of fly fishing at the Australian Fly Fishing Museum
  • The Norfolk Plains Heritage Centre is a museum and historical informaiton resource