Sometimes referred to as 'the other St Andrews' (there are two churches of this name in Evandale), this building with its soaring spire dates from 1872. It replaced an earlier structure, built in 1837.
St Andrews Anglican Church
1. St Andrews Uniting (Presbyterian) Church
First opened for worship in 1840, this much-admired church was designed in Greek revival style. It features sturdy Doric columns and a central bell tower.
2. Water Tower
As you enter town from the north you'll see this castle-like red-brick water tower (1896), which encloses a convict-dug tunnel designed to supply water to…
3. Evandale Market
An exuberant mix of happy locals selling fresh fruit and veg, kids' pony rides (and occasionally a mini-train), food vans, and stalls selling crafts and…
This 1838 mansion on the banks of the South Esk River, built for wealthy wool grower and merchant James Cox, is a Georgian gem that looks like it’s…
5. Australian Fly Fishing Museum
This small but impressive volunteer-operated museum has a beautiful collection of rods, reels and flies, but was closed at the time of writing because of…
6. Woolmers Estate
Part of the Unesco World Heritage Australian Convict Sites listing, this pastoral estate on the Macquarie River was built by Thomas Archer in 1817 and…
7. Town Hall
Longford's old Town Hall (1880) is fronted by sturdy Corinthian pilasters.
8. Queen's Arms Hotel
The big brick Queen's Arms (1835) is one of the town's oldest buildings.