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Over 50 years of tourism

​Abercrombie House is a heritage treasure of the Bathurst Region and celebrated 50 years of tourism in 2019.​

Built in the 1870s by Bathurst pioneers the Stewart family, since 1969 it has been the home of the Morgan family who have spent the last 50 years years restoring and maintaining the magnificent house and its outbuildings and grounds and sharing it with the community.

Abercrombie House is open to the public throughout the year for house entry, gardens, grounds and parkland walk or outdoor-only tours. 

Coach groups may book for specific tour times and catering to suit itineraries.  

Abercrombie House also provides a spectacular venue for public functions and private events. See Group bookings.

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The house presents us with the challenge of its preservation for future generations.

Your visit helps us fund essential programs to attend to regular maintenance and some of the highly-skilled restoration of the building's fabric and the conservation of internal decorative elements that have survived for over 140 years.

We do appreciate your support through your visit and any donations you might care to give.

Thank you,

The Morgan Family 

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