DUNLUCE CASTLE, BRIGHTON SA
When: Friday 16 September
Time: 10:15 am for 10:30 am for a 2 hour tour, including Devonshire Tea
Minimum: 11 people
Meet: 9:30am at the Campbelltown Council carpark for car sharing if desired
Cost: $23.50 for seniors
Dunluce Castle was built in 1912 by the Rev Alexander McCully. It was based on a wing of the Dunluce Castle in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Learn about Brighton, the lost suburb of South Australia, the history of this historical building, the McCully family, the legend of the Brighton smugglers tunnels and South Australia’s first recorded shark fatality, Kitty McCully of Dunluce.
The tour is conducted by Sarah Tinney, current homeowner, artist, blacksmith, castle restorer and tour guide with more than 14 years’ experience. It is important to note that you must be physically capable of climbing two flights of stairs to attend the full tour. A wheelchair ramp is available for the Devonshire Tea but we need to advise in advance if the ramp is needed. Please advise the office if this is the case.