Wolston Farmhouse, operated by the National Trust of Australia (Qld), is a historic farmhouse on the Brisbane River. It was built in the 1850s and is situated at Wacol. It is the only remaining house from the post-convict era, when estates were surveyed along the river.
The home of a Crown Commissioner for Lands, pastoralists, and dairy farmers, Wolston Farmhouse is located on a rise overlooking the Brisbane River and is both aesthetically pleasing and, indicative of 19th century workmanship. It features a fine collection of early Australian furniture, a rural setting and shady grounds. It also offers the novelty of a hands-on experience for children.
The visitor can also experience the Visitor Centre and the delightful Tea Terrace Cafe.
Admission charges apply. Please refer to the website for all bookings and general enquiries.