Members Hour: Elizabeth Farm

Welcome to Members Hour at Elizabeth Farm.

Built in 1793 for the wool pioneers John and Elizabeth Macarthur and their growing family, Elizabeth Farm today is an ‘access all areas’ museum. There are no barriers, locked doors or delicate furnishings. Set within a re-created 1830s garden, Australia’s oldest surviving homestead is now our most immersive museum.
Members will be treated to a special tour, led by our expert museum staff.

Be sure to visit the powerful artwork Healing land, remembering Country by Kuku Yalanji artist Tony Albert, on display at Elizabeth Farm.

Members Hour is an exclusive time dedicated to Museums of History NSW members at each of our historic houses, gardens and museums. You can wander around and enjoy each property at your leisure. Plus, you can ask our expert museum staff all your questions, as you will have them to yourselves.

Bookings essential.

Looking for more to do? Check out Convict Kids at Elizabeth Farm.

Elizabeth Farm Brand shoot
Past event

Convict Kids at Elizabeth Farm

Join us for a hands-on workshop where kids will discover what life was like in colonial times for a convict servant

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
  • Wednesday 24 January 9am–10am