Whether you’re visiting with the family and looking to keep everyone entertained, celebrating a special occasion or interested in learning about the history of Carrick Hill, we’ve got something for you.
Free to all, this short walk through the parklands following features from popular children’s stories, including a Hobbit’s home and a sculpture of Wilbur the prize pig from Charlotte’s Web.
Carrick Hill is a historic house quite unlike any other. Built in the 1930s by Ursula and Edward Hayward, it houses treasures bought on their honeymoon in England from the demolished Beaudesert Estate in Staffordshire. Explore the rooms and interiors here...
Previously the private home of Sir Edward and Lady Ursula Hayward, Carrick Hill is now for everyone to enjoy. Find out more about the estate’s unique history, its evolution from country home to national treasure, and its enduring importance today
Looking for the perfect venue for your special event, with unique indoor and outdoor spaces for up to 300 guests? You’ve found it…
Special events, exclusive exhibitions, late night opening - find out what’s coming up at Carrick Hill
As a Friend of Carrick Hill, you’ll get access to exclusive events, early booking and discounts from just $25 a year. Click here to join today
We rely on support from committed donors, Friends, partners and volunteers to help preserve its unique history, art and landscape for future generations to enjoy. Find out how you can help!