Wolston House

Wolston House is an early stone and brick farmhouse built in 1852/53 but substantially extended in the 1860's.

The two storey farmhouse with cellars and dairy under, and the layout of one room width linked by verandahs is unusual in Queensland. Although only 20 minutes from Brisbane, the house retains its pastoral setting overlooking the river flats. Many furnishings date from the mid nineteenth century including some pieces made in south east Queensland.

349 Grindle Road, Wacol, QLD
Saturday - Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm. Groups during the week by appointment.
Adult $5, Groups of 10 or more $3, Pensioners and Students $3, Children over 5 $2
Wheelchair access, shop, tea area, tours for groups of 10 or more, school education tours and brochure available.
1000 items. Approximately 1000 pieces of Cedar furniture and other artifacts of the 1800's.