National Heritage Assessment
Australian Heritage Council, 2008
The names of individual assessors and nominators have been removed for privacy reasons
About this assessment
The Australian Heritage Council found Brickendon Estate is a rare and rich source of information about the living and working conditions of colonial settlers and convicts from the 1820s to 1853 when transportation ended. Brickendon is uncommon in the diversity of its original colonial features - farm buildings, Georgian house, garden setting, hedges and land use patterns - within a single property. The estate survives intact; the original 420 hectare property has been continuously farmed by the Archer family for six generations.
In some cases the Minister will have made amendments to such matters as boundaries, values and descriptions, before listing the place. For final listing data visit the Australian Heritage Database or the National Heritage Listing for Brickendon Estate .
The names of individual assessors and nominators have been removed for privacy reasons.
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