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Woolmers Estate

Joining nearby Brickendon on the list of the 11 Unesco World Heritage Australian Convict Sites, this pastoral estate on the Macquarie River was built by Thomas Archer in 1817 and remained in the ownership of the Arc…
Historic Site in Longford

Brickendon

World Heritage–listed Brickendon, one of the 11 Unesco World Heritage Australian Convict Sites, was established in 1824. The homestead is still occupied by the Archer family, so you can’t see inside, but you can exp…
Bakery in Longford

JJ's Bakery & Old Mill Café

This bakehouse inside the Old Emerald Flour Mill is always busy, and no wonder. It sells delicious old-fashioned tarts and slices, cakes, pies and bread. Eat in or buy a treat to eat while relaxing in one of the nea…
Carnival in Longford

Festival of Roses

One-day festival featuring stalls, activities, entertainment and thousands of gloriously scented and coloured roses.
Historic Building in Longford

Town Hall

Longford's old Town Hall (1880) is fronted by sturdy Corinthian pilasters.
Food & Drinks in Longford

Supa IGA Longford

Self-caterers can stock up on supplies at this large supermarket.
Church in Longford

Christ Church

A stately sandstone Gothic number built in 1839.
Historic Building in Longford

Queen's Arms Hotel

The big brick Queen's Arms (1835) is one of the town's oldest buildings.
Historic Building in Longford

Country Club Hotel

This busy pub is a shrine to Longford’s car-racing days.