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Large bluestone house on the Ballan Road entry to Werribee.
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The site of a dairy and house
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A building (presumed to be a house) constructed of random coursed bluestone.
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A site located east of Hopkins Road enclosed by a drystone wall. The remains of bluestone house.
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A small bluestone building constructed of bluestone blocks.
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Cobbledicks Ford crossing the Werribee River at Tarneit, paved in cut bluestone pavers.
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A church complex comprising a bluestone church, a later brick church, school and convent (pictured).

A church complex comprising a church, a manse, a church hall and grounds. Building is constructed of bluestone with Barrabool sandstone used for quoins and detailing.
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Locally mined bluestone forms a wall around a small graveyard on the Werribee Golf Course.
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The Angling Club building. The bluestone blocks were retrieved from a bluestone house on the Board of Works farm.

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