Narrapumelap Homestead and Garden

Narrapumelap was built in 1873 and is an impressive French Gothic Mansion in the west of Victoria... read more.


Narrapumelap Rd, Wickliffe, VIC, 3379
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Narrapumelap was built in 1873 and is an impressive French Gothic Mansion in the west of Victoria. Its original owner, John Dixon Wyselaskie (1818-1883) was a successful pastoralist and a philanthropist with his own intriguing life story.

Visit and discover more about his life and enjoy the dynamic revival of his house that can only be described as a national treasure.

Come and stay and experience what it would be like to live in such a magnificent homestead.

”˜Narrapumelap’ is located in the Western District of Victoria, within easy reach of the Grampians, Port Fairy and the coast.

Guided Private Tours of the Homestead are available throughout the year by appointment and is open to the general public from 10.30am to 5:30pm on: Easter Sunday and Monday and Melbourne Cup Eve Weekend

The open days provide a unique opportunity to view this historic homestead and have a particular emphasis on the garden and the interior restoration. Catering can also be provided on request for large groups.

This historic homestead has provided the perfect backdrop for traditional wedding celebrations. Catering for special occasions can be arranged on request.



  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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