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Historic Ellensbrook House is re-opening to the public.
Camera IconHistoric Ellensbrook House is re-opening to the public. Credit: Picture: Avila Photography., Avila Photography

Historic Ellensbrook House will reopen to the public next month as WA’s National Trust returns to operations post-COVID-19.

The coastal property will be open for tours and visits on September 3, operating Thursday to Sunday as well as public holidays.

Ellensbrook House is open from Thursday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm, with bookings essential for Sunday and public holiday tours at 10.30am.

The grounds are open daily.

National Trust chief executive Julian Donaldson said the group were committed to preserving WA’s “unique heritage” despite the disruption of the coronavirus crisis.

“The reopening of our properties marks a new chapter for us and we are excited to welcome visitors back, providing them with a heritage experience,” he said.

“Most importantly, we are looking forward to showcasing the changes that have taken place at some of our properties, where conservation work has taken place or new facilities have been built.”

Visit nationaltrust.org.au/places/ellensbrook.

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