Bundoora Park, Victoria. The main building acquired by the Repatriation Commission on land to be used as a convalescent farm. It was later used for the care and treatment of mental patients. (Donor Repatriation Commission, Melbourne). Photograph from the Australian War Memorial.

Bundoora Park, Victoria. The main building acquired by the Repatriation Commission on land to be used as a convalescent farm. It was later used for the care and treatment of mental patients. (Donor Repatriation Commission, Melbourne). Photograph from the Australian War Memorial.

Students at Neerim South State School plant trees for Arbor Day, 1908. Photo Supplied By Public Record Office Victoria

Students at Neerim South State School plant trees for Arbor Day, 1908. Photo Supplied By Public Record Office Victoria

Swallow & ariell biscuit factory - patriotic sewing bee, 1916. Port Melbourne, (Uni Melb.)

Swallow & ariell biscuit factory - patriotic sewing bee, 1916. Port Melbourne, (Uni Melb.)


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Neerim cemetery

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Balgowan Homestead, Neerim South, was built between 1903-1905 by Matthew Algie for his son Thomas. The Algies had come to Australia from Balgowan in Scotland. Cousins Matthew and William Algie purchased the cleared crown land and established the farm with crops and dairy cattle. Many trees were planted at the time of settlement and now the homestead nestles within magical gardens that are framed within a selection of some of the oldest and finest tree specimens in the region.

Balgowan Homestead, Neerim South, was built between 1903-1905 by Matthew Algie for his son Thomas. The Algies had come to Australia from Balgowan in Scotland. Cousins Matthew and William Algie purchased the cleared crown land and established the farm with crops and dairy cattle. Many trees were planted at the time of settlement and now the homestead nestles within magical gardens that are framed within a selection of some of the oldest and finest tree specimens in the region.

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