A night at the Macarthurs at Elizabeth Farm

As night falls on Dharug Country, at Elizabeth Farm the curtains are drawn, the dining table is set and the fire has been lit in the Macarthurs’ Drawing Room.

Start with tea or a coffee around a small campfire before joining us for an intimate look at life in Australia’s oldest house. You will be invited behind-the-scenes to look at some of the original structures of the roof, the cellar below the colonial kitchen and the Servant's Quarters restored by the Swan family.

Please note:

  • Adults must hold a valid ticket to participate in this event. Children require supervision
  • As this event is a walking tour, a reasonable level of fitness is required
  • Entry to this event is timed
  • Meeting point will be advised in a pre-event email
  • Photography is permitted
  • Please inform us if you have any special dietary requirements
  • Refreshments included
  • Terms and conditions apply
  • This is an outdoor event and will proceed in wet weather, except in extreme conditions. Please dress appropriately
  • This is a licenced event
  • Contains adult content
Tony Albert, Healing land, remembering Country, 2020. Installation view for Elizabeth Farm (2020).
Permanent display

Healing land, remembering Country

A powerful work by Kuku Yalanji artist Tony Albert

70 Alice Street, Rosehill NSW 2142. Phone +61 2 9635 9488

Elizabeth Farm

70 Alice Street, Rosehill NSW 2142. Phone +61 2 9635 9488
  • Wheelchair accessible
Plan your visit
  • Friday 3 May 6pm–8pm