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Interesting place and the homestead has some nice rooms and antiques. It wasn’t particularly spooky during the day but that’s to be expected.
Out the back is an old hearse with skeletons, spiders etc. and a ballroom with cheap Halloween props that had a kid’s...More
We really loved this homestead, the most haunted house in Australia. So much to see and you'll need some time to see it. We enjoyed chatting to the lady who lives there and who watched the home changing from a rundown place to what it...More
We visited last weekend. A truly spectacular home once, but alas a lot of work is needed to restore this to a safe, tourist friendly ,stately home. Is it haunted ? Well , $24 disappeared out of my wallet mysteriously never to be seen again....More
I went with my 15 year old daughter to Monte Cristo on the 21st July. The following day, we visited before coming back to Sydney. Jasmine didn't want to leave Mrs Crawley's room. She said, "I just want to stay in here dad". I took...More
This was an absolute gem, didn’t expect much initially but the back story and rooms and the house inside was simply awesome and the stories about the homestead fascinating - could have spent hours and hours there.
I’m a skeptic so right up front I don’t believe this place is haunted and putting all the hype aside this place is interesting to visit as a grand old homestead that has been restored to its former glory with a lot of history and...More
This was a strange place. I can't but help thinking it's a clever way to recoup reno money. But it's a beautiful old house that would have been really impressive when first finished. We did the daytime self guided tour. Had to prompt the lady...More
It's always hard to decide if these kind of houses are genuinely as they were or have been made to appear the way they do with all the dolls and manequins adding a certain amount of spookiness to all the old furniture and dark rooms...More
We were greeted by an older lady who welcomed us and gave us some details of the Homestead and the estate. (She turned out to be Olive Ryan, the lady who owns the estate and with her Husband, restored it over decades). We followed the...More