We are located about 45km northwest of the Sydney CBD, just off the Windsor Road opposite Bunnings Hardware.
There are buses from Parramatta, Blacktown and Sydney CBD to Rouse Hill town centre, which is about 2km or 30 minutes on foot from Rouse Hill House & Farm.
The closest train station is Riverstone, which is about 7.5km to Rouse Hill House & Farm. To walk would take well over an hour and and is not fully paved, or you can call Premier Taxis on 131 017 (there is no bus service from the station).
We have free car parking outside the Visitor Centre, including 2 bus parking bays and 4 designated accessible parking bays.
Bike lanes between Parramatta and Windsor via Rouse Hill Town Centre run directly past our Visitor Centre, and we have bike racks to store your bikes.
HOURS & ADMISSION
Open Wednesday to Sunday
10AM - 4PM
Entry by guided tour only, admission charges apply
Open daily during NSW public school holidays
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
Adult | $12
Concession | $8
Family | $30
Members | Free of charge
Children under 5 years | Free of charge
You can only visit the house and farm in a guided tour. Our tours last for about 45-minutes and run at 11am and 2pm, Wednesday to Friday. On weekends, our general tours are at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm with a Highlights Tour at 3pm. We have a people mover for visitors with low mobility.
Groups of 15 or more wanting a guided tour during opening hours need to book. Group tours can also be arranged for other days (Mondays to Fridays); you will need to book 10 working days in advance. For information. prices and bookings call +61 2 9635 9488 or email email@example.com
Rouse Hill House & Farm runs education programs for both primary and secondary students. See below for details.
Umbrellas and all bags (including handbags) must be cloaked as the house and its contents are extremely fragile.
Remember sunscreen, hats and closed-in footwear.
Visitors with low mobility can take the guided tour in a people mover. There is wheelchair access to the ground floor of the main house and portable ramps are available. For visitors unable to access the upstairs rooms, captioned photographs are provided.
We are always happy to try and accommodate individual visitors with specific needs into our regular guided tours, but we are best able to do that if you call ahead to let us know about any particular requirements you have. For groups with specific needs, we can develop customised tours to support those needs. Please call ahead to arrange on +61 2 9635 9488.
Our curriculum-linked programs for primary students explore daily life in colonial times, and how the land has been used and represented in art. Tours for secondary, tertiary and adult education groups can be booked by appointment.
Take home a reminder of your break from the city with our farm-fresh collection of books, toys, gifts, cards and souvenirs.
This charismatic 19th-century sandstone house with picturesque grounds and purpose-built Visitor Centre is the perfect venue for small seminars, presentations and workshops, as well as wedding ceremonies, photography and commercial filming projects.