Visit Rouse Hill Estate
By public transport
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 Metro stations are Rouse Hill Station and Tallawong Station, which are about 2.5km and 3km to Rouse Hill House & Farm respectively. To walk would take approximately 31 minutes from Rouse Hill (along a main road). Walking from Tallawong Station is not recommended due to uneven surfaces caused by roadworks. 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 is not fully paved. You can call Premier Taxis on 131 017 or book a ride-share service to pick you up from the station (there is no bus service from the Metro stations).
Please note that during special events we may offer a local shuttle bus. This information will be posted on this page before and during the event.
For up-to-date timetables or to find the quickest public transport routes visit the Transport Infoline or call 131500
We have free car parking outside the Visitor Centre, including 2 bus parking bays and 4 designated accessible parking bays.
Please note that during special events parking arrangements will change to access via Guntawong Rd. These changes will be posted on this page before and during the event. Accessible parking arrangements do not change.
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
Please note: The Sydney Museums Pass is available to purchase however not all of our houses and museums have reopened due to COVID-19 restrictions. Customers with existing passes purchased before property closures due to COVID-19 remain valid and will be honoured as our museums and houses being to reopen. Please check the latest news for details on which museums and historic houses are now open.
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.
Bookings & enquiries
Contact the Venues Team today.
Customer Service Charter
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