Fairview (Pattemore House) is now preserved and presented by the Friends of Pattemore House to enable visitors to experience how in 1907 a pioneer family created a new life for themselves on the Blackall Range. Building a home by hand and earning a living in a new, challenging environment was no mean feat. The unique displays at Fairview present a thoughtful insight into the way life was from its construction in 1907 by the Pattemore family until the last farming family, the Armstrongs, moved out in 1995.
The property is opened for the public to enjoy every Friday 10.00 am – 12 noon – however the kitchen is closed on Fridays.
Our main event is our Open Day on the last Saturday of each month from 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm (except December). On these occasions, our famous home-made afternoon teas served on the wide sunny verandas are a must!
Additionally to these regular open events, the Friends can accommodate private and group bookings – please go to our request form to find out more.