Heritage Walk – Historic Buildings of Angaston

Heritage Walk – Historic Buildings of Angaston2018-12-19T03:20:35+00:00

Angaston is a delightful, rural village, with many original buildings intact. The Angaston Heritage Walk allows visitors to ‘feel’ the rural past of South Australia; its optimism, the tragedies of drought and childhood mortality; the quest for religious freedom and the importance of transport and communications to relieve isolation.

Pick up a Heritage Walk brochure & map from The Barossa Valley Cheese Company located at 67b Murray Street Angaston.
Open Mon–Fri 10am – 5pm, Sat 10am – 4pm, Sun 11am – 3pm.
Closed Public Holidays.

Click on images for more information about each building.

Union Chapel
Union Chapel
Built 1844
Zion Lutheran CHurch
Zion Lutheran Church
Built 1854-55
Rose Villa
Rose Villa
Built 1855
Angaston Hotel
Angaston Hotel
Built 1846
Franklin House
Franklin House
Built 1847
Angaston Town Hall
Angaston Town Hall
Opened 1911
Old Police Station and Courthouse
Police Station & Courthouse
Built 1855-56
Uniting Church
Uniting Church
Built 1878
Caithness Girls School
Caithness Girls School
Built late 1800s
Marble Lodge
Marble Lodge
Built in 1914-15
St. Hughes
St. Hugh’s Anglican Church
Built in 1931
Old Council Chambers
Old Angaston Council Chambers
Built in 1922
Former Bank of Adelaide
Former Bank of Adelaide
Built in the 1880s
Former Methodist Church
Former Methodist Church
Built in 1864
Doddridge Blacksmith Shop
Doddridge Blacksmith Shop
Built 1876.
Flour Mill
Old Flour Mill
Built 1885
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Brauhaus Hotel
Opened in 1849
Angaston Cottage Industries
Angaston Cottage Industries
Butcher Shop
Butcher Shop
circa 1950s
Cemetary
Original Angaston Cemetery
1847
Old National bank building
Old National Bank
Built in 1867
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