Come to our 2019 Lecture this Sunday, where our Resident Historian will share the history of Captain Louis Hope with you! The event starts at 10.30 am, and includes a Devonshire Tea on the verandah (tickets: $15 each). Click here for details.
Children 5-12 years: $2
The grounds are open every Sunday from 12.00 – 4.00 for visitors. Guests can enjoy a complimentary viewing of the House, and volunteer guides are throughout the House to answer any questions.
Maps are available to help you find your way around the House, and there are information panels in each room with interesting facts about the house and its contents.
A visual presentation on the history of the house and grounds runs continually in the conservatory of the house. Guests are welcome to sit and view this presentation during their visit.
The Ormiston House grounds are opened on weekdays by appointment for group bookings only. Groups can make an appointment to take a complimentary guided tour of the house and/or enjoy a Devonshire Tea on the verandah. Schools, coach parties, retired groups, respite centres, special interest groups or organisations are all welcome. Normal prices apply.
Visitors are welcome to bring along their own picnics and blankets on Sunday afternoons and enjoy the beautiful grounds of the House with views out to Moreton Bay.
We hold a number of special events throughout the year at Historic Ormiston House. Unless otherwise stated, normal admission and refreshment prices apply. See our Special Events page for more information!
For information on parking and disability access, please see our Visitor Information Page.
- EFTPOS facilities are available. Please note: We accept Mastercard and VISA only.
- Weddings are not held on the grounds of Ormiston House.
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