Vice-regal residences of New Ingerland
Vice-regal residences of New Ingerland include two urban residences (designated as palaces by statute), a farm estate, and a coastal retreat. The Crown Estates Trust administers and manages the official residences on behalf of the vice-regal court. Historical residences from the colonial era exist, having been disposed of for various reasons. This page lists current and former vice-regal residences, arranged by type of residence.
Current vice-regal residences
- Government House, Kingsbury
- Kingsbury – The primary and official residence of the Governor-General and the and seat of the vice-regal court.
- Government House, Port Frederick
- Port Frederick - Official residence of the Governor-General in Port Frederick.
- Stewardry House
- Kingsbury - Guest house in Kingsbury
- Royal Villa
- Station Creek - The official summer residence of the Governor-General, used between early-December and late-January.
- Station Creek - Guest house on the Station Creek estate.
- Warmford Castle
- Warmford Regis - Weekend residence of the Governor-General.
Former royal palaces and residences
References and notes
- Crown Estates Trust Act (Public Act No. 59 of 1977).