Drumminor Cherub
National Trust
Cameo Garden



Drumminor Gardens House was built in 1843 by Robert and Alison Milne, who had recently immigrated from Scotland. The home was named after Drumminor Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and has been crafted from local stone and covered with slate tiles imported from Wales. The Milne family continued to live in the home up until 1937.

Drumminor is regarded amongst locals as one of the most distinguished original homesteads of the Tea Tree Gully area and has been home to one of Adelaide’s award-winning fine dining restaurants.

This historical site is listed on the State Heritage Register and the cemetery has been designed to enhance and complement the original Drumminor home. Granite is sourced from a variety of locations across the world to ensure that each memorial garden is unique and complementary to its surroundings.

Since its inception in the mid 1800s, the name Drumminor has been synonymous with history, quality and ‘nothing but the best.’ With this in mind, the cemetery has been carefully designed to uphold and maintain the high standards set by this unique and graceful property.