After a four and a half month COVID-19 induced hiatus Dundullimal Homestead has reopened its doors to the public.
The National Trust (NSW) opened the homestead to awaiting visitors on Tuesday at 11am.
Chief Executive Officer of the National Trust (NSW) Debbie Mills said it gave her the greatest of pleasure to announce the reopening of Dundullimal Homestead once again.
"Dundullimal is a great treasure and we have missed sharing this special place with people who want to explore, appreciate and enjoy heritage places in NSW," Mrs Mills said.
Community organisation, the National Trust (NSW) usually opens 20 heritage properties across the state on a regular basis for visitors to enjoy the built, cultural and natural heritage.
National Trust's Property Manager at Dundullimal Homestead Karen Hagan said they are delighted to be open again after a careful review of how they can maintain the required physical distancing and hygiene management that will continue to ensure people will be safe.
"Staff at the other Trust properties have been comforted in observing how well the public adhere to the new guidelines that have been put in place," Ms Hagan said.
"We look forward to welcoming the community back to the property and sharing the story of the oldest sophisticated slab house in Australia."
Dundullimal Homestead will be open from 11am to 3pm, Tuesdays to Fridays, with timed entry for visitors.
Visitors are asked to pre-book tickets via Eventbrite.
The cafe at Dundullimal Homestead will remain temporarily closed.