Historic Homes of the Limestone Coast

Two Historic Homes of the Limestone Coast will collaborate to offer a 'self-drive day tour of both properties.
Yallum Park, Penola will offer High Tea & tour in the morning and afternoon (10 & 2pm)
Narracoorte Homestead, Naracoorte will offer wine, cheese & tour also at 10 and 2pm

Yallum Park Homestead is a large Victorian Mansion that was built for John Riddoch between 1878-1880 and is one of the best-preserved historic houses in Australia. The mansion is open for visitors who can view an extensive collection of English wallpapers dating from 1878 to 1880 as well as stroll through the beautiful and extensive gardens.

Narracoorte Homestead, located in the Wrattonbully Wine Region, 15 min drive to the Naracoorte World-Heritage listed caves, is the who’s who of the townships’ forefathers – George Ormerod, William MacIntosh and Thomas Magarey, names synonymous with the main streets and buildings of Naracoorte each built impressive dwellings on the property previously known as Narracoorte Station, the regions’ premier Sheep Run from 1842 through to early 1900’s. The property is also home to two identified Indigenous scarred trees – one identified to be 500 years old, and a magnificent Moreton Bay Fig, as well as hidden lavender-lined pathways.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
30 McLay Street, Naracoorte, SA

Also, Yallum Park is situated at 4325 Mount Burr Road, Monbulla 5277

Times:

Sunday 14 April:
Tour 1: High Tea Yallum Park, 10am + Wine & Cheese Narracoorte Homestead 10am
Tour 2: High Tea Yallum Park, 2pm + Wine & Cheese Narracoorte Homestead 2pm

Sunday 28 April:
Tour1: High Tea Yallum Park, 10am + Wine & Cheese Narracoorte Homestead 10am
Tour 2: High Tea Yallum Park, 2pm + Wine & Cheese Narracoorte Homestead 2pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 60, Concession $ 55, Members $ 55
Booking:
Prebooking requirednarracoortehomestead@gmail.com0448393595
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Two venues for the combined events - visitors need to drive themselves to/from both venues. One is situated in Penola, the other in Naracoorte (30 mins apart)