Location: Wonnerup House, Layman Road, Busselton, WA, 6280, Australia
Telephone: 8 9752 2039
Open Thursday to Monday 10am to 4pm. Last admission 3.30pm Closed for the month of July. Closed the day of Busselton Ironman. Closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday
Point of difference
National Trust home of Australia
* Magnificently restored homestead (1859)
* Restored earlier House (1838), later converted to a dairy and kitchen
* Restored one teacher school
* Restored teachers house (1885)
* Set on several acres of farm land with lawns and gardens surrounding the main buildings.
DetailsWonnerup House is owned and managed by the national trust and opened to the public in 1973, it comprises a collection of 19th century farm and school buildings surrounded by tuart forest, wetlands and working farms.
Today the timber shingled stone buildings of wonnerup are well conserved and furnished with artifacts that give an indication of how the pioneering Layman family lived there.
* Nearby Wetlands and Bird Hide
* Hall for hire for meetings available
* Ideal venue for picnics, weddings and group gatherings
School and Tour groups are welcome by appointment.
National Trust members are admitted free