Jessen Lodge | Longford

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Historic Convict Site in Longford

Jessen Lodge was circa 1827 when was the Governor of Tasmania, then known as Van Diemen’s Land.

The Jessen Lodge was built in 1827 as the ‘Longford Hotel’. As was the case for several local buildings, Jessen Lodge served several purposes during its lifetime: Jessen Lodge became a hotel, bank, library, livery stables, doctor’s surgery and temperence house at various stages of its history.

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Address: William St
Town/Suburb: Longford
Municipality: Northern Midlands Council