Rechner Cottage Conservation Association
Rechner Cottage Conservation Association in the beautiful Barossa Valley, gives us a glimpse back in time. Looking at it now, you might be surprised (as would its early inhabitants) to know that it is Heritage listed as a site of architectural and cultural significance.
Rechner cottage was built in the mid-1800s, on property owned by GJ Rechner. Although a simple cottage, it shows many techniques brought over from Europe by skilled craftsmen. With living, stable and storage areas all under one roof, it is a rare Australian example of a German Barnhouse.
Find out how Rechner Cottage Conservation Association can work for you and your business by visiting their website or you can also fill out their Enquiry Form and someone from their team will reach out to you the soonest.