Wolston Farmhouse - Wacol
Take a glimpse into Brisbane’s past…
Wolston Farmhouse, Brisbane’s oldest surviving residential farmhouse is a 19th-century rural gem located a short drive North West of the CBD.
The historic landmark, previously known as Wolston House is situated in a rural setting dating back to 1852. It was the first property to be taken care of by the National Trust of Australia (Queensland).
The beauty is evident in the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the district, capturing the ambience of a traditional rural homestead and surrounded by stunning views which stretch down to the tree-lined river banks.
The Heritage-listed homestead has six rooms where you can wander through each room experiencing the comfortable rural lifestyle of previous owners. Each room displays a nineteenth-century rural lifestyle with artefacts such as sausage stuffers in the kitchen, silverware in the dining room, a pianola in the parlour and horsehair mattresses in the bedrooms.
The spacious verandas offer relaxing spaces where you can sit and reflect while enjoying the lush green property. Visitors may be interested to try some of 'old fashioned' entertainment on offer within the grounds such as vintage lawn games.
Wolston Farmhouse is a unique wedding and events venue offering a beautiful rustic and rural setting with stunning photo opportunities.
Plan Your Visit
223 Grindle Road, Wacol, Queensland, 4076
Saturday - 10am–2pm
Sunday - 10am–2pm
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - Closed
Friday - Closed
National Trust members - Free
Adult - $12.00
Concession - $10.00
Children - $7 Aged 4 - 16 years
Under 4 years Free
For Groups of 10+ Discounts apply