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Bronte House

Bronte House

Sydney Nimble Tours recently visited historic Bronte House. Bronte House was built between 1843-1845 and the style of the building has been described as ‘Australian Gothic revival’. It is located a few hundred metres from Bronte Beach (a beach near Bondi).

Bronte House is only open to the public on a few days each year. It has some lush gardens which blend into the Bronte gully rainforest.  You could well be somewhere on the north coast of NSW.

Bronte House is next open to the public on 20 & 21st of October (Saturday and Sunday). If you are interested in visiting Bronte House on these dates we can include this in the Eastern Suburbs, Woolloomooloo, Barangaroo day out. The first picture is a view of Bronte House from the backyard followed by an image of the gardens as you look towards Bronte gully.

Bronte House from behind  www.paullovelace.photography

Bronte House from behind www.paullovelace.photography

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