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Location of St Albans

Accommodation

Bandusia Retreat
Court House St Albans

Activities

Saint Alban The Martyr Anglican Church
St Alban's Gallery


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The village of Macdonald was officially gazetted in 1814 & became known as St Albans. It is believed to be named after the home town in England, of William Bailey who lived at "First Farm". It was declared a town in 1885.

Grazing animals has long been a major activity in the valley & the "St Albans Common", north of the village, has been in active use since 1824 for locals to graze their stock.

A walk around St Albans Village will provide the visitor with great historical interest.

 

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