Inspiring & Diverse Experiences

Carrick Hill is Australia’s most intact twentieth-century heritage house museum and garden. Aspects of its privately-collected French, British and Australian fine and decorative arts collection are of an international standard, including masterpieces of British modernism and fine examples of seventeenth-century furniture and house fittings. The garden, grounds, house and collections are all integral to the definition of Carrick Hill.

Please see the Contact page for admission information and opening hours.

What's on...

Spring Program 2016

Keep up to date with what is happening at Carrick Hill within the Spring Program 2016



Important Information for Spring 2016

3 August TO 4 December 2016

Information for Wednesday 3rd August to Sunday 4th December 2016


A superb Spencer evening experience

14 October TO 4 November 2016

Christ evicting the money changers (detail), 1921, oil on canvas, Art Gallery of Western Australia   Stanley Spencer is one of Britain's most significant twentieth-century painters and Carrick Hill has thirty paintings and dr



The Story

Carrick Hill is fortunate to be one of the few period homes in Australia to survive with its original contents almost completely intact and its grounds undiminished.


House & Gardens

Carrick Hill is a significant South Australian cultural tourism attraction. It comprises a major heritage building, being the previous home of Sir Edward and Lady Ursula Hayward; internationally significant art collections; original subsidiary buildings such as stables; and approximately 40 hectares of land which includes approximately 26 hectares of native bushland.



Carrick Hill promotes and encourages the interest of the public in Carrick Hill as an historic house and garden with major art collections by creating inspiring diverse experiences.



Add your story to the history of Carrick Hill.

Wedding receptions and ceremonies

Story Book Trail

Designed to enable children to explore and discover the natural world.