The HHA is committed to ensuring that privately owned heritage properties are valued for the contributions they make to our society’s ‘sense of place’. 

The HHA endeavours to support members of the Property Network by offering opportunities to share knowledge, develop connections, promote the property/activities and represent private owner interests on a national platform.


Many of the properties in the Network are private and open only for special HHA events.

Properties open to the visiting public are marked with a pink ribbon.

Properties offering member discounted accommodation to HHA members are marked with an orange ribbon.  

To learn more about joining our Property Network, click here.


Milton Terrace - Millers Point
Gentleman's Terrace - Dawes Point
Springfield - Goulburn Plains
Varro Ville - Varroville
Wyoming Cottage - Wyoming
Carrawobbity - Forbes
Glenfield Farm - Casula
Terragong - Jamberoo
photo Craig Powell
Leuralla - Leura
Leuralla - Leura
Dawesleigh - Dawes Point
Durham Bowes - Richmond
Douglas Vale - Port Macquarie
The Fishwick House - Castlecrag
Dyraaba Station - Dyraaba
Abercrombie House - Bathurst
Bundanon - Illaroo
Aspinall House - Bellevue Hill
Rossmar Park - Quirindi
Sirius Building - The Rocks
Tulkiyan - Gordon
Eryldene - Gordon
Howe House - Windsor
Mamre House - Orchard Hills
Cox's Cottage  -  Mulgoa
Combewood  -  Penrith
Garroorigang - Goulburn
Iandra Station - Greenthorpe
Bishop's Lodge - Hay
Bedervale Homestead - Braidwood
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Mandeville Hall - Toorak
Tarndwarncoort - Warncoort
photo Jonathon Hawley 2013
Fairhall House - East Melbourne
Beleura - Mornington
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Anlaby - Hamilton
Charles Sturt's Home - Grange
Carrick Hill - Springfield
The Cedars - Hahndorf
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Kilgour - Longford
Narryna - Battery Point
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Historic Houses Association of Australia Limited
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NSW, 2027     02 9252 5554

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