Vaucluse House

Acronym: 
VH

Vaucluse House is Australia's oldest house museum and survives as Sydney's only 19th century harbourside estate with house, stables and laundry, set in parklands, pleasure gardens and kitchen garden. From 1827-1862, it was the home of explorer and father of the Australian constitution, William Charles Wentworth, his wife Sarah and family. Many of the Wentworth family's possessions are displayed throughout the house.Wheelchair access to ground floor only. Photographs available of upstairs room and cellar. Braille, large print and audio guides also available.

Contact
Contact name: 
Gillian Redman-lloyd
Manager
Phone 1: 
(02) 9388 7922
Fax: 
(02) 9337 4963
Text Telephone Number: 
(02) 8239 2377
Address
Postal Address: 
Wentworth Rd
VAUCLUSE
2030
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair access, accessible toilet, wheelchair access to ground floor only, braille, large print and audio guides available
Opening hours: 
Open 9.30am to 4.00pm Friday to Sunday, Open daily in January, on NSW public school holidays and Public Holidays. Available for booked groups Monday-Thursday
Disabilities: 
Physical disability, intellectual disability, sensory impairment
Activities: 
Education programs, school holiday activities, ESL tours, public programs, special interest tours of gardens
Service details
Fees: 
· Adult: $12 · Concession / Child 5 – 15 years: $8 (under 5 years free) · Family: $30 · Members: Free
Area: 
Eastern Sydney
Funding: 
NSW State Government
Publications: 
Yes
Resources: 
Information, guided tours, house guides

Disclaimer

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