Ross' Run, Glenora Historical Complex

Ross' Run, Glenora Historical Complex. In the late 1970s Lionel De Landelles, a pioneer breeder of Brahman cattle, moved Glenora House to a site on his property outside Rockhampton. It became the focus of a group of other buildings which included a Methodist Church, Congregational Church and other dwellings. It is representative of the pseudo-village assemblages that have been established throughout Australia to preserve early timber buildings rescued from demolition. As a commercial venture it failed and De Landelles sold the property. Collection of Glenn Cooke


Date captured: 
3 December 2010
Date created: 
3 December 2010
Collection of Glenn Cooke