From Our Editors
Wolston Farmhouse offers a glimpse into the history of Queensland by making a 19th-century rural dwelling available to the public. The building has been constructed in 1852 and incorporated into The National Trust of Australia 110 years after. The restored original venue features furnishings and items dating back to over a century, as well as a classic wide veranda which allows visitors to contemplate the surrounding farmland. The in-house Tea Terrace Cafe, which serves up sweet and savoury treats and Farmhouse high tea, is where visitors can relax, refuel and discuss the recurring reports of alleged paranormal activity in and around the property.