Management and Trust

Ownership

Nutcote house and garden is owned by North Sydney Council and Nutcote Trust managers the property.

Nutcote Board

May Gibbs’ Nutcote is managed by a volunteer Board. 

To contact the Board email board[at]maygibbs[dot]com[dot]au

Management

The Board is responsible for appointing a paid Manager Curator who looks after the day-to-day running of the historic House Museum and Gardens. The Manager Curator is Stephanie Lake. May Gibbs’ Nutcote reports annually on its activities to North Sydney Council.

Nutcote Vision, Purposes and Goals

Our Vision:

May Gibbs’ Nutcote: an enduring celebration of an iconic Australian.

Our Purpose:

To cherish May Gibbs’ home, garden and life by offering memorable experiences and rewarding learning opportunities.

Our Goals:

Goal 1: Access, Inspiration and Learning     

We will ensure people of different backgrounds, mobility levels and ages enjoy and are inspired by May Gibbs and her home, Nutcote, by offering rewarding experiences and memorable learning opportunities.

Goal 2: Community Engagement                               

We will engage a wide range of people to enjoy, understand, interpret the works of May and foster the caring of the House Museum and Garden.

Goal 3: Conservation and Curatorship         

We will ensure the significance of Nutcote and May Gibbs continues to be cherished for future generations and protect and preserve its valuable assets.

Goal 4: Organisational resilience

We will ensure good governance and effective management of our resources.

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Visit Us

5 Wallaringa Avenue, Kurraba Point , Neutral Bay NSW 2089

Wednesday-Sunday 11am - 3pm

Last entry to the Museum is at 2:30pm CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Entry charges

Adult  $10

Children (under 16)  $5

Concession (must show an Australian Concession card on entry)  $8

Family (up to two adults and three children)  $20

 

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