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The St. John's Group of Buildings

Stroud, NSW, Australia

These foundation Stones of corporate agriculture in Australia form the heart of the village of Stroud, founded by the Australian Agricultural Company in the Colony of NSW in 1826.

‘The St John’s group of buildings… belongs to a settlement of antiquity whose overall preservation is eminently desirable… Their historical importance is clear and their rarity value very high.’

Dr Kenneth J. Cable AM (1929- 2003)
Professor History , Uni. of Syd

The Need

Stroud has a population of fewer than 1000. Historically significant buildings need more than village resources if they are to be preserved for the nation.

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The Objective

To establish a trust fund to ensure an income stream to assist in the long-term conservation and restoration of this heritage-listed St. John's Group.

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The Importance

The four buildings give a rare unsullied image of pioneering European settlement; early 19th century buildings standing as a group in their undisturbed original context.

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