Situated in Rosehill in New South Wales, Elizabeth Farm is a popular historic spot in Australia. The house was originally inhabited by John Macarthur and Elizabeth Macarthur, pioneers of the Australian wool industry.
The interiors retain replicas of the 19th century furnishings as well as other belongings of the owner. Commenced in 1793, it is the oldest European building in Australia with a garden that was gloriously recreated during the 1830s. The tea room was renowned for serving Devonshire teas and lunch.
The house had two parts - the servants’ quarters and the main house. Although large for the time, it is a relatively modest dwelling in comparison to the other historic homes. The gardens reflect over 200 years of European tradition and have many rare plants of Australia.
Timings: 9:30 am - 4.00 pm (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) daily in January, NSW school holidays and public holidays. Closed: Christmas Day & Good Friday
Hi has anyone been to Sydney? How is the place and i am planning to visit in the month of November. How will it be over there at that point of time? And i am planning of spending on spending 8 days over there is it sufficient?
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