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Nicol’s Blacksmith

Walter Yardly became a blacksmith in Duntroon in 1896, after selling the business in 1904 to Nicol S. Muirden who retired in the 1960’s, and the smithy lay empty for 10 years. It was due for demolition in 1974 but was saved in 1975 by four local farmers; Burns Pollock, John Hore, the late Bill Simpson and the late Jim Harvey.

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Duntroon and the surrounding area is home to a mixture of natural, historical and cultural attractions that are unlike anything else. Beginning in Duntroon at the Vanished World Centre, you can learn about our fascinating local geology, the ancient creatures, such as shark tooth dolphins and penguins
which stood 1.3m high, that used to call this area home.

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Constable’s Cottage

Situated in the grounds of the historic ex-policeman’s residence built in 1908, Constable’s Cottage B&B in Duntroon was the Police Station until the 1950’s and is completely separate from the main house which is the home of your hosts Rachel and Barry Gard. The self-contained cottage is bright and sunny

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Black Cabin

Stay in a brand new luxury cabin in historic Duntroon with a king bed, walk-in tiled shower, air conditioning for those hot summer nights and a beautiful private garden. Enjoy the free high-speed fibre internet and Netflix. Fire up the little woodburner for a cosy evening in winter and relax

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