ARTHUR'S SEAT, the McCrae Homestead 1844,

By: National Trust historian

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National Trust of Australia (Victoria), Melbourne - ISBN:0909710031, n.d. Staple bound booklet, 5½" x 8½. Booklet in VERY GOOD condition. Thirteen photographs - three in full-colour, includes b&w plan of main building. The McCrae homestead is built on the side of Arthur's Seat, near Dromana, overlooking the magnificent Port Phillip Bay. The buildings, started in 1843, have been owned by the National Trust since 1968, and are open to the public. 'Georgiana's Journal', written by Georgiana McCrae and supplemented with her son's diary (and edited by her grandson, poet Hugh McCrae), is a highly-regarded account of Melbourne life during the 1840s. Many of Georgiana's watercolours and sketches are displayed in the museum on the property, and listed in this booklet.

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