Australian Country

Landmark and legend

Yallum Park’s stately stone homestead and 20 acres [eight hectares] of parkland gardens may resemble an aristocratic English estate but, to Andy and Annie Clifford, it’s just home, a place where every room and everything that’s in them are made to be used.

“It’s where I grew up, where I climbed trees and fell out of them,” Andy says. “The land has been in my family for 106 years. Dad was born in the house in 1917 and lived here for all but the last two years of his life. He passed away in 2013 in a nursing home in Penola, which is our local town and where I went to school.”

Yallum Park’s history

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