Patrick Taylor Cottage
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Patrick Taylor Cottage is the oldest surviving dwelling in Western Australia, having been built in 1832 by the Morley Brothers.

It was purchased by Patrick Taylor in 1835, and the eleven room wattle and daub cottage consists of an entry room, boxroom, parlour, nursery, bedroom, dining room, family room, sewing room, kitchen, laundry and side veranda.

The cottage now displays stunning artefacts from Albany’s history and beyond, as well as in-depth information on Patrick Taylor and early Albany residents, surrounded by a beautiful cottage garden next to the Duke Street Park.

Prices

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Facilities

  • Self-guided tour, unless booked by prior arrangement.
  • Wheelchair access to most areas
  • Postcards and souvenirs
  • Books of historical interest for sale
  • Picturesque gardens
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