Coromandel Valley & Districts Branch National Trust SA
Coromandel Valley & Districts Branch National Trust SA (CVDNT) holds a wealth of information about the history of Coromandel Valley and surrounding districts including Aberfoyle Park, Belair, Blackwood, Cherry Gardens, Flagstaff Hill, Glenalta and Hawthorndene.
Thanks to the enthusiasm of our members and volunteers, CVDNT organises a wide range of activities, events and displays across the year.
Sharing the stories of our area is at the heart of what we do and this website is our latest tool for information sharing.
CVDNT continues to receive significant items and information into its care. Historic records are available for research purposes at the Watchman House, while collectibles are displayed in Winns Bakehouse Museum and Gamble Cottage.
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This website contains digital reproductions of printed works, including stories and articles, that were originally published and distributed in Australian newspapers, books and journals. Coromandel Valley & Districts Branch of the National Trust SA does not censor content that was legally published in the public domain. Should an individual provide proof of legal justification, e.g. of having won a defamation case against the original publisher, consideration will be given to the removal of the relevant content.
Visitors should also take into account that reproductions of historic stories and articles may contain descriptions, terminology and words that are now culturally sensitive, but reflect the attitude(s) of the era in which they were written and of their authors.
Coromandel Valley & Districts Branch of the National Trust SA has been gifted numerous family histories, supporting documentation, photographs and artefacts, as well as historical research into places, buildings and events. Neither the quality of the research nor the provenance of supporting materials is within the control of the Branch or National Trust SA.
The names and images of deceased people appear throughout this website.
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