Plan your Visit
All the information you need for your visit to May Gibbs' Nutcote including opening hours, admission, location and how to get to Nutcote.
Wednesday to Sunday
11am to 3pm
The last entry to the Museum is at 2:15pm.
We are closed Monday, Tuesday and all Public Holidays.
Nutcote's last day of trading for 2023 will be Friday 22 December.
We will reopen on Saturday 6 January 2024.
Admission includes a guided tour of the house and access to the gardens.
Family (2 adults & up to 3 kids) $42.00
Bookings are not required to visit Nutcote unless your group is larger than eight or you would like to order High Tea. For more information on groups see our group booking page.
The property slopes steeply down to the harbour from Wallaringa Avenue. Access is via the gift shop located at 5 Wallaringa Avenue. There are a number of stairs to negotiate after entering to take you to the café terrace and then onto the cottage and garden. We can assist with prams and walkers but unfortunately, Nutcote cottage is not suitable for wheelchair users. The gift shop and viewing terrace is accessible, however.
Things to do
When you visit Nutcote you will discover more about May Gibbs’ life and work as an author and artist with a guided tour. You can visit our café, gift shop and kids room and relax in the beautiful gardens. Click here to find out more.
5 Wallaringa Avenue, Kurraba Point
Neutral Bay NSW 2089
Getting TO NUTCOTE
We recommend public transport for your visit to Nutcote as we do not have any allocated parking, instead, there is residential street parking. If driving please check street signs for parking restrictions.
Catch the Neutral Bay ferry from Circular Quay and alight at Neutral Bay Wharf. From the wharf it is a gentle uphill 5-minute walk to Nutcote. You can also alight at Kurraba Point Wharf, however, there are almost 100 steps to climb from this wharf!
The 225 Bus meets the ferry at Hayes Street Wharf Neutral Bay. Alight at the second stop for May Gibbs' Nutcote. You can also catch the 225 Bus from Military Rd, Neutral Bay.
Walking from Neutral Bay Junction or Milsons Point Train Station - Both walks have steep hills to negotiate and take just over 20 minutes.
Wallaringa Ave is located along the Manly to Bondi walk. Plan your walk to include a visit to Nutcote.