Glengallan is not just any old house. Uninhabited for more than half its lifetime, it remains frozen in time.
To enter Glengallan is a time-warp experience of the solitary sandstone mansion surveying, as it has since 1867,
Built in 1867 outside Warwick in southeast Queensland, Glengallan has a boom to bust story of epic proportions. Glengallan is must-see for all.
Open Wed-Sun 10am to 4pm, the innovative restoration allows Glengallan to tell its own story of boom, gloom and return from ruin.
Entry to the Homestead is only $15 for adults, $12 for concession and $5 for children