Ziebell’s Farmhouse is the largest remaining original building of Westgarthtown which was settled in the 1850’s by German and Wendish immigrants. It is now an accredited museum and the cultural interpretive centre for Westgarthtown.
The stunning heritage listed cottage gardens date from the 1850’s and feature heritage roses and many other plants. It has been tended by descendants of the Ziebell family from 1850 to the present day. They offer individual admission plus group and school tours and are located in suburban Thomastown in Melbourne.
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Single general admission is $3.00 for adults and 50 cents for children.
Adult guided group tours are $5.00 per person. Minimum 10. Bookings required. Morning or afternoon tea available for $2.50 per person. See website for details.
Student Guided Tours $3.00 per student. Email for curriculum and excursion details.