Riverside view of Newstead House, Newstead. Photo courtesy of Angus Martin.

Newstead House

Operating as a House Museum, Newstead House is considered the Jewel in the Crown of South East Queensland historic properties and continues to inspire living history in the tradition it was once revered.

The State Government of Queensland recently announced funding for the conservation & restoration of Newstead House. During this exciting time the museum will be closed.

Useful information

Newstead Park, 191a Breakfast Creek Road, Newstead, Brisbane, QLD.
Ticketed

Features

Gift shop
Disabled access
Toilets
Accessible toilets
Baby changing facilities
Regular guided tours

Opening hours

Currently Closed

More information about Newstead House

Newstead House was once the finest home in the colony of Moreton Bay, boasting a reputation for hosting lavish parties, it was considered the place to be – the heart of Brisbane’s social life. Built in 1846, it is now Brisbane’s oldest standing European residence and tells the story of early colonial life in Brisbane…of ambition, loss and resilience.

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