On Sunday 14 August, celebrate the reopening of Rouse Hill Estate.
Come along and explore the property, marvel at its history, and enjoy some fun family activities, including damper-making demonstrations, boomerang throwing and more. Entry is FREE and bookings are essential: secure your tickets today at slm.is/rousehillestate.
Rouse Hill Estate offers a jam-packed program of activities from 10 am to 4 pm. Highlights include:
10.30am, 11.30am & 12.30pm
Developed by early Australian settlers, a traditional 'billy tea' involves the use of recycled cans as teapots on an open fire. Watch this exciting Aussie tea ceremony in action!
Learn about Darug culture with Muru Mittigar and have a go at boomerang throwing! Muru Mittigar are located at Rouse Hill Estate to deliver curriculum-based Aboriginal cultural education programs, teacher training, visitor-orientated cultural programming and curated experiences.
Visit the schoolhouse, play some lawn games, feed the cows, have a picnic or pop in to the LEGO® room.
There will also be food and drink experiences on offer:
Have morning or afternoon scones and tea with the Country Women's Association while enjoying the views of Rouse Hill Estate. Homemade produce is also available for purchase on the day.
Grab a coffee throughout the day from this coffee cart serving organic, Fair Trade coffee.
Rouse Hill Estate is located at 356 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW 2155.
Limited free car parking is available outside the Visitor Centre, including 2 bus parking bays and 4 designated accessible parking bays.
Click here for Public Transport information.
Can't make it on 14 August? Rouse Hill Estate reopens on the second Sunday of each month, 10am-4pm. Click here to book your FREE ticket for the upcoming events on September 11, October 9, November 13 and December 11.
For more information on the event, please see slm.is/rousehillestate.