The Rosny Farm is the unique historical and cultural centre of the City of Clarence, owned and operated by the Clarence City Council. It comprises of historic sandstone buildings and a Gallery space that stand in amongst a luscious landscaped native garden.
The site has important historical roots as a fine example of an early walled farmyard containing a beautiful heritage listed sandstone barn and farm cottage. The historic Barn at the Rosny Farm underwent a program of redevelopment in 2006 transforming it into a small scale Visual and Performing Arts space. The Barn now plays host to recitals, concerts, exhibitions, events and workshops. The Barn redevelopment was made possible through the generosity of the Tasmanian Community Fund and the YMCA in partnership with the Clarence City Council.
The Schoolhouse Gallery is the only public gallery on the Eastern Shore and is home to exhibitions of contemporary art, community art, and historical displays. The grounds have information about the development of Rosny Farm from 1818 til now.
Archive of Past Events
11.00am to 5.00pm Wednesday to Sunday. Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and between Christmas and New Year.
Located adjacent to the Eastlands Shopping Centre with access off Bligh Street and Rosny Hill Road, Rosny Park.
For further information contact the Clarence Arts and Events team
Phone (03) 6217 9607 or Email email@example.com