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Absolutely well worth a visit. There is so much to look at, the buildings are beautiful and the morton bay figs are stunning. Interesting information of the families that lived there and the famous bushranger Thunderbolt. Lovely outside settings to have devonshire tea and easy...More
With an audio guide included in the price, myself and my husband spent a wonderful couple of hours looking through this historic home and into the grounds where there were lots of outbuildings. The audio made the tour very enjoyable.
Lovely buildings well maintained. Would be nice if they put as much care and concern into their animals as the buildings. Watched a piglet being stomped and attacked to death by other larger pigs to be told that's life and the pig was probably sick...More
The homestead and barn is a perfect venue for a wedding. We held ours in September on a weekend with perfect weather and the venue couldn't have been more wonderful. Our guests were very impressed with the setting which made for stunning photos. Only feedback...More
Attended a Wedding at Tocal. The wedding was held in the grounds outside the homestead. What a perfect setting. Huge moreton bay fig trees provide an amazing backdrop for the wedding photographs as does the lake nearby. Reception held on site. Perfect in every way
This is a great historic site to wander around at the weekend, with farm buildings dating back to the 1820s, an 1830 convict-built stone barn and an 1830s convict barracks. The blacksmith's shop looks unchanged from the 1800s. The two-storey Tocal Homestead is interesting but...More
This is a review about the CB Alexander Agricultural College close to the historical homestead. During 50 years since its establishment , the facilities of the college has been extended year after year, and still it keeps the great atmosphere and totality. The harmony of...More