It’s another beautiful Queensland day, and where better to spend the afternoon than at Historic Ormiston House! We’ll be open from 12 noon to 4pm (last entry at 3pm), so why not bring a picnic to enjoy in the grounds or sit back on the verandah with a Devonshire Tea!
Entry prices are $7 adults, $5 concession and $2 children aged 5-12 years. Devonshire Teas are $5 per person, and sandwiches with a drink are available for $8 per person.
We are committed to being a COVID Safe site. Please note our conditions of entry:
— You will provide contact tracing details as requested by our volunteer staff
— You will socially distance as required while on the grounds– You will use hand wash facilities/hand sanitister as required while on the grounds.
— Do not enter the grounds if you are unwell–
Do not enter the grounds if you have been in close contact with a known active case of COVID-19
— Do not enter the grounds if you have COVID-19 symptoms
— Do not enter the grounds if you have travelled overseas or have been to a declared COVID-19 hotspot in the previous 14 days.
We can’t wait to see you soon! If you have any questions, please feel free to message us, call 0457 675 137 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Happy New Year! As we start 2021, we want to wish everyone a happier, healthier New Year. We can’t wait to welcome all our wonderful guests again! Our first day open for 2021 will be Sunday 31 January. Stay tuned to our social media and website for details of our COVID safe and contact tracing procedures!
We have regretfully made the decision to stay closed today due to the already poor weather and ongoing weather warnings from the Bureau of Meteorology. We are very sorry we won’t be seeing you all today, but we can’t wait to see you all again in the New Year!
We will be re-opening from 31 January 2021, so mark the date in your diaries! Thank you all for your support throughout this difficult year – we can’t wait to see you in 2021!
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Here at Historic Ormiston House we have missed our visitors so much since our temporary COVID closure! We are getting ready to open back up to our guests soon, which will include Sunday afternoons when you can visit us (watch this space for booking details and opening dates), the upcoming 2020 Small Museums and Galleries Conference, and a Care and Conservation seminar!
Next Thursday 15 October AICCM accredited conservator Melanie Fihelly will be holding a Care and Conservation training seminar at Historic Ormiston House! This will be a wonderful time to discover the causes of deterioration in your collection, antiques or treasures, and find the best ways to clean and store your collection! This event is supported by Griffith University and we are delighted to be able to share such a wonderful event with the community.
The best part is that this is a stand-alone event – so even if you are not a conference delegate, you can still purchase tickets to this event! Tickets are only $80 per person and include light refreshments on registration, the seminar with Melanie and lunch at beautiful Historic Ormiston House.
We have been monitoring the latest COVID-19 updates and while we miss our fabulous guests and visitors so very much, we have regretfully decided to cancel the following events:
Vintage Car Club Day Alfa Romeo Concours Rolls Royce Concours Spring High Tea First Sitting Spring High Tea Second Sitting Candlelight Carols Christmas Craft Markets
We feel that due to the restrictions that we would need to abide by, we could not present our events to the same standard as normal while maintaining the utmost safety, comfort and enjoyment of both our guests and volunteers.
We apologise for the disappointment this may cause, but we have the best interests of our volunteers and community at heart. We can’t wait to welcome you all back again soon.
We will still be here online, so feel free to send us a message or drop us a line – we’d love to hear from you as we all work to beat COVID-19.