Whether you’re looking for a unique gift, delectable high tea or memorable experience, we’ve got you covered this Mother's Day.

Members enjoy a 10% discount across retail and dining.


 

Gift membership

Starting from $85

Give a gift that lasts all year round with a Sydney Living Museums membership! Members enjoy unlimited free entry to our historic houses and museums, exclusive member events, presale access to some of our biggest programs, discounts and more.

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Mother's Day high tea

Sunday 8 May 10am, 12.30pm & 3pm

Treat mum to a special high tea experience at Estate Vaucluse House featuring a decadent menu of scones, eclairs, finger sandwiches and more. 

Please call 9388 8188 or email reservations@estatevauclusehouse.com.au to make a booking.

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Unique gifts

Woven Wattle Mini Brooch
$34.95
Sirens Room Mist
$39.00
Fairy Bread Aussie Socks
$35.95
Leaf Supply: The House Plant 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
$35.00

Browse our online collection or visit one of our museum shops to view our full range

Book lovers

Elizabeth Macarthur’s Letters
$34.99
From Our Kitchen to Yours
$36.99
Life at the Edge
$59.99
Australian Architecture
$39.99

Delivery dates

For delivery before Sunday 8 May, please place your online orders by 10am Friday 22 April. International shipping not available.

Click & Collect is now available at our Bullion Store, located at The Mint. Please note, the last day for collection before Mother’s Day is Friday 6 May between 11am–4pm.

Simply select your delivery method as pick up when purchasing online.

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