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One scone for me, one pupcake for you
High tea is a wonderful thing and to be able to enjoy a relaxing afternoon with your best canine furrbaby in a relaxing setting, while having lots of fun and enjoying delectable delights can only make for a fantastic Sunday.
The country home of the Kingston family, Kingston House was first constructed in 1840 as a three-room building built from prefabricated timber panels shipped from England. In its early years, the house and property were leased by the Kingston family to Samuel Oakley, a farmer. However, George Kingston (Deputy Surveyor to Colonel Light and owner) returned to the property in 1851 and set about improving the existing building, adding a two-storey eastern wing which resulted in the substantial building we see today. The house remained in the family until the death of George's daughter-in-law Lucy in 1919. The South Australian Government purchased the property in the 1920s and restored it in 1983.
On Sunday 8 September 2019 Kingston House, located at 5 Cameron Avenue, Kingston Park and one of South Australia's oldest remaining houses, is hosting a Puppy Tea Pawty from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. This afternoon of fun with your friendly and on lead furbaby will include activities, competitions and lots more. There will be Devonshire tea for owners and pupcakes for the pups.