We start the tour at 10am at the Kyneton Museum, 67 Piper Street, Kyneton with a brief on the district’s history then a walk and drive tour led by architectural historian, Allan Willingham to see some marvellous dry stone walls and stone houses in Kyneton followed by a visit to the iconic bluestone Rock House built in the 1850s on the banks of the Campaspe River.
This will be followed by a ‘farmer’s lunch’ at historic Tanderrum Farm, mixing with workshop participants.
At 2pm we will tour Tanderrum’s extensive and diverse dry stone walls and wells, led by historians Andrew Kilsby and Susan Walter (Malmsbury Historical Society).
At 3.30pm we will visit the Fiddler’s modern rubble stone house on the outskirts of Kyneton and have drinks at 5pm and an opportunity to enjoy reflections on the day.
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