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Miss Porter’s House - General Entry

Miss Porter’s House - General Entry

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Miss Porter’s House

434 King Street

Newcastle West, NSW 2302


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Miss Porter's House - General Entry

Please note this property does not accept Dine & Discover NSW vouchers, please see our list of participating properties.

See the home created by the Australian born children of nineteenth century migrants. Newcastle boy, Herbert Porter, and his wife, Florence, raised a family in Newcastle West. Their freestanding Edwardian home is now a National Trust museum containing a century of household memorabilia, including many items which reflect their interest in the local area and all things Australian.

Florence and her daughters, Ella and Hazel, were excellent craftswomen. Their crochet, embroidery and stencil work included many native motifs, with images of kookaburras, kangaroos and wattle adorn commercial brooches, matchboxes, and tea towels. They also collected news clippings, photographs and postcards illustrating local events and there is a large group of Eureka Stockade film memorabilia.

Spend the day reliving early twentieth century Australia, book your tickets now.

Session times are as follows:

1pm – 2pm

2pm – 3pm

3pm – 4pm

Important Information for Visitors

The health and safety of everyone is our biggest priority. Visitors to our properties must follow NSW Health Orders and COVID safe practices. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to our Terms & Conditions of Entry.

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