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Rose Cottage - Binda - New South Wales
contributed by Ausgirl, taken on 3 August 2008
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Rose Cottage (also known as Flag Hotel) has a notorious history when in 1864 bushrangers Ben Hall, John Dunn and John Gilbert held up the town store owned by Edward Morris - a former police Sergeant. The bushrangers then bailed up the entire town in the Flag Hotel (Rose Cottage above). This event was known as the Binda Ball of which a song has been written.
This picture was uploaded into the Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia entry for the Locality 'Binda'.