Kelly Homestead

Bevlea Ross

Mill Park, Australia

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The Kelly homestead at Beveridge, Victoria, comprises a timber cottage built by Ned’s father John “Red” Kelly in January 1859 when his son was approximately 4 years old.

It was a typical Irish style of cottage with an earthen floor and drainage running between rooms. Internally there were only 2 rooms and there was no ceiling. The bluestone chimney dominated the house. The homestead is of cultural importance because it was the childhood home of Ned Kelly to 1863

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