Newstead House is the jewel in the crown of South East Queensland historic properties. Holding a commanding position in Newstead Park, with sweeping views across Brisbane River the Newstead House Cultural Precinct is a hidden oasis minutes from the CBD.
As Brisbane's oldest standing European home, built-in 1846, Newstead House has been home to some of Queensland's most influential colonial figures. Now operating as a House Museum, Newstead House also welcomes visitors for tours and special events and weddings.
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