Werribee Park

Werribee Park

Werribee Park

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Werribee Park

Werribee Park is part of an Aboriginal cultural landscape. Parks Victoria respects the deep and continuing connection that Traditional Owners have to these lands and waters, and we recognise their ongoing role in caring for Country.

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 5000 roses bloom in the Victoria State Rose Garden.

Experience the grandeur of the Werribee Mansion. Enjoy a picnic or 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 see the work the community and Parks Victoria have put in to preserve and restore the fruit orchard originally planted by the Chirnside family in the late 1800s.

Opening times

 

High season
7 October 2019 - 13 April 2020 inclusive

Low season  
14 April 2020 - 5 October 2020 inclusive

 

Mansion

 

10am to 5pm daily
(last entry 4.30pm)

Weekdays - 10am to 4pm
(last entry 3.30pm)

Weekends and public holidays - 10am to 5pm
(last entry 4.30pm)

 

Grounds

 

9am to 6.30pm

9am to 5.30pm

 

Entry fees

Entry to Werribee Park Gardens and Victoria State Rose Garden is free.

 Adult  $10.70
 Child  $7.80
 Concession  $7.80
 Family (2 adults and 2 children)  $33.80

Audio guides for the mansion and gardens are available for hire for $6.70.

Things to do in the area

 
The interior of the historic Werribee Park Mansion.

Werribee Mansion

Victorian era mansion built by wealthy pastoralists, the Chirnside family, in 1877.
The facade of the historic Werribee Park Mansion.

Mansion Hotel and Spa

The Mansion Hotel & Spa at Werribee Park is a cosmopolitan haven of tranquility and charm. A premier and highly sought after destination just 30 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD
A couple sit on a bench in the rose garden at Werribee Park.

State Rose Garden

The Werribee rose garden is separated from the mansion's formal gardens by a Heritage Border featuring unusual and historic roses from around the world. In bloom from October to May, the roses are at their most magnificent from November to April.
An aerial view of Werribee Mansion and its surrounding gardens.

Formal Gardens

Like many notable early settlers the Chirnsides were members of the Acclimatisation Society, an organisation which introduced several European flora and fauna species to the Australian landscape. As a result the ten hectares of manicured landscape contain a variety of exotic species combined with Australian natives.

Tours in the area

Bushwalking, four-wheel driving, horse riding, kayaking, rock climbing and mountain biking are just some of the many activities you can experience in Victoria's parks.


If you want to try something new or meet some like-minded people on your next visit to a park, contact a licensed tour operator.


Parks Victoria licenses tour operators who are experts in these activities and more. They will help you get the most out of your visit.

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How to get there

Werribee Park

Werribee Park is 35 km west of Melbourne city. Travel along the Princes Fwy towards Geelong and exit at Duncans Rd (C108), then turn on to K Road for park entrance.

When to go

The pleasant temperatures of summer are perfect for picnic or barbecue. Set up in the Werribee Park Picnic Area and look out over the Victoria State Rose Garden and beautiful mansion. See the roses of the Victoria State Rose Garden in full bloom

Need to know

Werribee Park

Werribee Park

K Road
Werribee VIC 3030
13 1963
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