Bequeathed to the National Trust by Miss Ida Traill in 1976, this property is administered by the National Trust.
www.nationaltrust.com.au/placestovisit/mth/

Located at the corner of Russell and Peel Streets, Miss Traill's House
(c.1845) is a colonial Georgian home which contains the collection of the Lee family who were amongst the very first European settlers to the west and pioneering settlers in the Bathurst district.

The house, horse paddock, 19th century cottage, gardens and the varied collection accumulated over 150 years by Miss Traill and her family, provide an accurate window into the past.

Amongst the collection is a convict-painted portrait of Emily Kite.
Miss Traill's House and Garden  321 Russell Street, Bathurst
Opening Times:
Miss Traill's is closed on the weekend from mid-June until mid-August to casual visitors -
but still open to tours and groups by prior arrangement.
Then
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 12 Noon - 3.30pm
Open by arrangement for groups (10 or more) and coach tours
Guided tours on the hour, to 3pm.

Phone: (02) 6332 4232

Email: mth@nationaltrust.com.au
www.nationaltrust.com.au/placestovisit/mth/
The garden is delightful throughout the year but Springtime shows the garden at it's best when it is a mass of colours.
Miss Traill's House and Garden is a major focal point for the Bathurst Spring Garden Spectacular. 
The garden is open to visitors and on the weekend of the Spring Spectacular a MONSTER PLANT STALL is held with a wide variety of potted plants.

  Miss Traill's House is available for function hire and makes an ideal venue for garden wedding ceremonies, receptions and other functions.
Concerts are held in the garden from time to time
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Miss Traill's House & Garden
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...c. 1845 colonial Georgian home in Bathurst
Miss Traill's House (c.1845) is a colonial Georgian home which contains the collection of the Lee family who were amongst the very first European settlers to the west and pioneering settlers in the Bathurst district.
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