Morpeth Trading Post and Horse Carriage - Morpeth
Built in 1838, the Morpeth Trading Post is the oldest industrial building still in daily use in New South Wales. It houses one of Australia's deepest natural spring water wells, which was sunk in 1818 for Morpeth's water supply and was later used to run the old joinery's steam engine.
The Morpeth Trading Post is now a 7,000 square foot shopper's haven, with displays of old wares and sculptures made from horse shoes, unlikely to be seen under one roof anywhere else in Australia.
From the Trading Post, take a tour with Juliet, the majestic Clydesdale mare, and her Carriage. Juliet is like a vision from the past and the clip clop of her massive feet an echo from days gone by. You will agree, Morpeth is in a league of its own with Juliet roaming the streets. Come for a ride through town to experience something unique.