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Admission & Ticketing

There’s two ways you can visit Dobell House. Attend during opening hours or book a Private Tour.
Opening Hours
  • Wednesday 10.00am – 3.00pm
  • Saturday 1.00pm – 4.00pm
  • Sunday 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Your admission will give you an unlimited timeframe to soak up the house, the garden & Dobell Park. You also get a fully trained Volunteer Museum Guide to either escort you through the house or you can self guide yourself with the Museum Guide there for any questions you have.

Private Tours

Private Tours are available for a minimum of 10 visitors.  Come by bus, car, ferry or train/bus and you will have a warm welcome to Dobell House. A self serve morning tea can also be arranged.

Coach parking is available.

Admission Costs
  • Admission $12
  • Concession (students & seniors) $10
  • Companion Card (support workers) Free Access
  • $10 off if you show your ferry ticket
  • Children under 15 free access
  • Morning Tea for Private Tours $5 per person – Tea/Coffee/Biscuit
Private Events

Dobell House as a venue is stunning. Lake views, sunsets, historical house what more could you ask for.

We encourage artistic related events in memory of Bill’s request to support art.

Venue Hire

Capable of 60 pax inside stand up event

Capable of 80 pax inside & outside stand up event

Capable of 50 sit down (front room)

Cost

$200 (3 hours maximum)

Photography

$50 per 30 minutes

Beverages & Food

We can recommend local businesses to organise canapes & catering.

RSA certificate is required for serving on beverages.

We have 55 plastic chairs. All other facilities need to be hired.

Cleaning Costs

Cost of cleaning floors, toilets, surfaces, packing up chairs. $45.

Please send details via the contact page and a committee member will be in touch soon.

 

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Opening Hours

Wednesday 10.00am – 3.00pm
Saturday – Sunday 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Our Location

47 Dobell Drive
Wangi Wangi, NSW, 2267

Dobell House – An original 2 room weekender built in the 1920s and was irregularly added onto over the next 40 years. “The original house, known then as “Allawah”. And still is.