Eryldene Historic House and Garden - Sydney

Eryldene is the most exquisite place in the country

Peter Watts AM
Emeritus Director
Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales
(open the second weekend of every month
from April to September)
Adults   $12
Children (6-16 years)   $5
Family (2 adults and 2 children)   $30
Concessions (seniors, students)   $10
Eryldene and National Trust members   free
Note: Prices may be subject to change withour notice

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In 2014 the Eryldene Foundation launched an appeal for funds to secure the future of this important place. With no on-going government funding and in the absence of an adequate capital fund the long term future of Eryldene is uncertain. We invite you to click Support and read about the importance of the appeal and ways you can become a valued donor.

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Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 August, 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

Visit the garden and admire the continuing display of colour as magnificent azaleas and late flowering camellias come into bloom. Make time to take a guided tour of the house which includes an exquisite Ikebana Ikenobo display and hear about the Waterhouse family and the making of Eryldene. 

Join us in the garden for an exquisite Ikebana Ikenobo demonstration by the Ikenobo Sydney Chapter on Saturday 2.00pm and on Sunday at 12.00pm. Admire the bloom display in the Teahouse, which showcases the camellias that are currently flowering.

The Garden Cafe will be open for light refreshments.

Eryldene Sunday Afternoon Teas - two sittings 1.00 pm & 2.30pm. Tea bookings essential.

 Book at or visit our website to find a booking form.

Enquiries: 02 9498 2271 or [email protected]



Full information on our Calendar page.

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Eryldene Historic House and Garden - open garden weekends and the perfect location for weddings, family occasions, commercial events and photography shoots.