Birralee is the name of two mansions built by William Burford in what is now the Adelaide metropolitan area.
"Birralee" at Belair, South Australia was built in 1897 at 49 Sheoak Road, adjacent to Belair National Park, and overlooking the Adelaide Plains.
Burford lived in the house until his death in 1925. It was later the home of Beverley Burford Beale (later Robertson), then Scotch College, Adelaide, then Repatriation TB sanatorium (Repatriation Hospital "Birralee", 1 Jan 1952 - 31 Dec 1976), then used as a government institution in the 1980s.
The well maintained beautiful house, located in well maintained grounds, is now once again a private home.