Brooklyn House

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Brooklyn House is a heritage listed home built in the 1890s in the historical township of Howard Brown Sign link, Queensland. It was built for the Rankin family as the headquarters for Queensland Collieries’, a major coal mining operation in the coal industry that started the Howard township.

* April 2021 – Brooklyn House was up for sale late 2020 and is possibly closed for tours and teas.

Queenslander homestead house with a large water fountain at the front
Brooklyn House, historical homestead with water fountain at the front

Verandah of a Queenslander home, taken at Brooklyn House in Howard
Tables for Devonshire teas on the verandah of Brooklyn House,

To get there

From the centre of the Howard township Brown Sign link, continue north-east on William St crossing over the railway line. Brooklyn House is 400m on the left after crossing the railway line.

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