Werribee Park and Mansion

Werribee Park Precinct

Werribee Park and Mansion

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Werribee Mansion
An Indian family are in a rose garden and looking at yellow roses
Werribee Rose Garden
Werribee Park Mansion
Adult and child walking through Werribee Park
Mother and child looking at community garden at Werribee Park
Victoria Tourism Industry Council

Soak up the richness of Werribee Park, an estate built on the wealth of an Australian pastoral empire. Explore the heritage-listed Werribee Mansion, set up a picnic in the beautiful formal gardens or see a kaleidoscope of colour when the 5,000 roses bloom in the Victoria State Rose Garden.

Experience the grandeur of the Werribee Mansion. Explore the formal gardens and marvel at the expansive manicured landscape, intricately designed grotto and ornamental lake.

Once the working heart of the Werribee Park estate, the remaining bluestone outbuildings of the farmyard provide a stark contrast to the elaborate craftsmanship of the Chirnside Mansion. Wander down to the heritage orchard and witness the work of the community and Parks Victoria have done to preserve and restore the fruit orchard originally planted by the Chirnside family in the late 1800s.

Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. Before your visit, please check the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website for updated changes of conditions and familiarise yourself with important bushfire safety information to ensure your experience is safe and enjoyable.

  • Price

    Indicative Prices


    Price includes general admission to Mansion. Entry to the Werribee Park Gardens and Victoria State Rose Garden is free.



    Concession and child prices are the same (Child 4 to 15 years). Family (2 Adults 2 Children) $34.80 (extra child $5)

  • Facilities

    Coach Parking
    Family Friendly
    Lawn / Gardens
    Picnic Area
    Public Toilet
  • Accessibility

    Caters for people who use a wheelchair.
  • Accreditations

    COVID Safe
    Victoria Tourism Industry Council


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