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This Portarlington Mill has a rich history. Built from local sandstone in 1857, this 4-storey rectangular building first served as a flour mill before closing in 1874. Prior to that in 1871, brickworks started on this site as well. And for some time, the mill...More
The building is amazing
The historical contents are fascinating
The volunteers who selflessly spent their time running this national treasure need to be commended and they are very knowledgeable.
Well worth a visit, Been twice myself
I would go again.
Wow, what an amazing building! We stumbled upon The Mill by accident and decided to pop in for a look. It’s a National Trust property and entry was $5 per adult. The four storey building in fascinating and the guide very helpful in sharing information...More
Recently attended a family wedding at the Portarlington Mill and what a great location. Big enough to accommodate everyone, just under 100, but small enough to remain intimate and cosy. The catering was by outside caterers as was the bar. But the Mill itself has...More
Visited on Sunday 18th February. This is a National Trust Property and open only on Sunday afternoon so time your visit for then. A part of the early history of the town now preserved for you to enjoy.
Visited this old flour mill built in 1857 which was very interesting. After 14 years it was turned into a brickworks then following that was used for many different things including accomadation. Now owned by the National Trust it is a musuem come art gallery...More