Altona Homestead Devonshire Tea
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Built in the mid-1840s by Alfred and Sarah Langhorne, Altona Homestead was the first homestead built on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay. Today the old bluestone is home to the Altona-Laverton Historical Society.
They invite you to one of their Devonshire Teas (or Cream or Cornish Teas as they are also known) on the first Sunday of the month (February to December).
These cream teas are quite famous and for the cost of $10, you get two freshly made scones, homemade mixed berry jam, whipped cream and your choice of a pot of coffee or a pot of tea. They also have fresh lemonade available (and hot chocolate in winter). All in the surrounds of the heritage Altona Homestead building within the beautiful Logan Reserve, Altona.
The cost includes entry to the homestead. The Altona Homestead provides visitors of all ages the chance to step back to the time of the early settlers.
Located overlooking the tranquil Logan Reserve in close proximity to the Altona foreshore, the homestead is a unique and treasured part of Altona’s heritage.
On display are objects, pictures, paintings and collections that reflect everyday life from 1840 through to the mid-1900s.
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
128 Queen Street
Altona, Victoria 3018
0409 382 510
Devonshire Tea Bookings here.
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