Dalwood estate is located on the banks of the Hunter River. The house has exceptional architecture and is a rare surviving example of one of the earliest Greek revival buildings in New South Wales.
By Ann Hardy- Board Member National Trust of Australia (NSW)
|Greek classical revival style|
|Vines at Dalwood|
|To the Volunteers Dinner|
One of the most important things I got out of the day is the idea of looking beyond the properties, at the broader environment, the landscape, and others in our community to share new stories.
There are different ways to interpret the properties in their wider context, just as Dalwood's old sun-dial reaches to the sun to be understood, we can also reach out, bringing back new stories to better understand 'home'!
Many thanks to Wyndham Estate and Don Seton-Wilkinson