Martindale Hall

  • Disabled access

Martindale Hall, built in 1879, is a Georgian style mansion built for Edmund Bowman who lived the princely life here until 1891. More recently, the Hall was used as the set of a girl’s boarding school in the filming of the well-known Australian movie, Picnic at Hanging Rock.

Built largely in Manoora freestone, the ornately moulded and carved stonework is a tribute to the tradesmen of the day who were brought from England especially for this purpose. The Italian Renaissance interior is highlighted in the stately main hall and vestibule, with a domed glass roof, parquetry floor and the marvellous T-shaped staircase rising to the overhanging gallery.

The Hall is classified by the National and State Heritage Branch and the National Trust.
Tours of the house are available by prior arrangement. Groups must be pre-booked. Accommodation and formal dinners are available (fully licensed for guests only), with details on application.

Contact Details

Martindale Hall
Manoora Road
Mintaro
South Australia 5415

Toll Free Number
Not available

Telephone
+61 (08) 8843 9088

Fax
+61 (08) 8843 9082

Mobile
Not available

  • Martindale Hall, Mintaro, Clare Valley, South Australia
  • Martindale Hall, Mintaro, Clare Valley, South Australia
  • Martindale Hall, Mintaro, Clare Valley, South Australia
  • Martindale Hall, Mintaro, Clare Valley, South Australia

Details

Cost

  • Adult - $10.00
  • Child - $2.50

Opening times

  • Mon11am to 4pm
  • Tue11am to 4pm
  • Wed11am to 4pm
  • Thu11am to 4pm
  • Fri11am to 4pm
  • Sat12pm to 4pm
  • Sun12pm to 4pm

Facilities

  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
  • Car park
  • Coach Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
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