Brisbane’s oldest surviving residence dates from 1846 when it was constructed for Patrick Leslie who had first settled on the Darling Downs in 1840. Over the years, Newstead has evolved from a simple Colonial Georgian cottage into a sprawling homestead with intricate balustrade, spacious verandahs and a vista that incorporates the Brisbane River, undulating parkland, elements of the Breakfast Creek Heritage Precinct and the changing suburbs of Hamilton, Bowen Hills, Bulimba and Newstead.
Cnr. Breakfast Creek Road & Newstead Avenue
Newstead Q 4006
Telephone: 07 3216 1846
Facsimile: 07 3252 4505
For callers outside metropolitan Brisbane: FreeCall 1800 06 1846
Newstead House will be closed Friday 26th April 2013 for a private function.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Newstead house OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION
Monday - Closed
Tuesday to Friday - 10am to 4pm
Saturday - Private Events Only
Sunday - 2pm to 5pm
Entry by admission. Adult $6; Concession $5; Child $4; Family 2 adults + their children $15
Only by arrangement.
newstead house is CLOSED TO PUBLIC INSPECTION
Mondays, Christmas Day and Boxing Day and their gazetted public holidays.
HOW TO FIND US
Newstead House is approx. 15 minutes drive by motor vehicle from Brisbane’s CBD. Brisbane City Council buses pass the entrance to Newstead Park. Alight at Stop 12 inbound and outbound. Bus timetable information available from Translink 13 12 30. River City Cruises also cruise to Newstead House twice daily. Bookings essential on 0428 278 473. Limited parking in Newstead Park.