We took our grandkids out to Wonnerup House when they visited in the school holidays. This building was built in 1859 after the earlier home burnt down. This building is one of the few in the area open to the public from that era. (Ellenbrook Homestead is another).
This next shot is of one of the rooms. The National Trust have set up each room with furniture and other accessories from the original era so that you can see how the early settlers lived.