Riversdale Historic Homestead
Riversdale Homestead is a historic 1830's inn, purchased in 1875 by Edward Twynam who later became Surveyor General of NSW. Riversdale remained in his family until acquired by the National Trust in 1967. Set in flowering gardens, Riversdale is furnished as a mid-19th century colonial cottage.
Tours of the fabulous gardens are also available.
Come and enjoy a Devonshire tea on the third Sunday of each month and then take the tour.
Riversdale is a beautiful place to have a picnic or to hold a function such as weddings, christenings, parties, and special family photos.