File:Bungarribee Hometead NSW (1954).jpg
English: The homestead Bungarribee was built in New South Wales, Australia for Scottish-born settler John Campbell (1770-1827). Now demolished, it was situated on Doonside Road, about 10 miles beyond Parramatta. The house was recently completed before Campbell's death in October 1827, with the tower and round room added by Thomas Icely in 1829-30, following his purchase of the estate in late 1828. (Historic Houses Trust, from details provided by JWSM)
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