O'Keeffe House National Trust

Point Of Interest

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Lot 2019 Riverbank Dr, Katherine South NT 0850, Northern Territory

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northernterritory.com/katherine-and-surrounds/see-and-do/okeeffe-residence

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OPEN: Wednesday's 1Oam to 2pm, Saturday's 9am to 12noon. O'Keeffe House is set amongst beautiful gardens. The perfect setting for some Devonshire Tea and to discover the WWII history of the Katherine region. The premises houses O'Keeffe House which was intended as a recreation hut for army officers stationed in Katherine in 1942, it soon became the officers' mess and then the home of Olive O'Keeffe. It is one of the very few structures from the World War II era that have survived in the Katherine area. It is a classic example of bush technology utilising timber, corrugated iron and flywire. Open May - September https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/places/okeeffe-house

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Location

Lat: -14.473585 Lng: 132.254798

User Reviews

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Chappos on Tour

Didn't read the opening times until after the event. Got the day right but closed at 2pm, we were there 2.15!

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Sami Fidock

So disappointed, says it's open on Wednesdays 10-2, we turned up today, Wednesday at 10.45 and it's closed.

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Suepaul

Worth a stop. $5 each. Open Wednesday and Saturday. Beautiful lush shaded garden and the house contains interesting crockery and furniture. It is such as energy efficient home. The exhibits and information in the larger shed really complements the story of Katherine. Some great old photos. Thankyou lovely volunteers.

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