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Elizabeth’s Wing

Sleeps 2-4

The largest of the three master rooms at over 77 square meters, the wing boasts a King appointed bedroom, private bathroom, kitchen, spacious lounge room and undercover private parking.

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The Granny Flat

  • King sized bed
  • Queen sofa bed
  • Private living room with TV & dining area
  • Full kitchen
  • Garden views
  • Ensuite with shower
  • Linen, towels, and bathrobes
  • The Grampians Goods Co. bathroom amenities
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Two indoor sitting rooms
  • Movie room
  • Formal dining room
  • Outdoor swimming pool and sauna
  • Tennis court
  • Lake Anne
  • English-style gardens and herb garden
  • Helipad access (must be pre-arranged)
  • Complimentary wi-fi and car parking
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Originally a primary school for the Mount William Estate, Elizabeth’s Wing is where the local children attained their early education up until the mid-20th century. Since then, it was converted to a visitor’s wing and then renovated to its current state as a self-contained granny flat, which housed widow Elizabeth Barr Smith in her final years.

Elizabeth’s Wing has come along way before becoming a guest suite. Originally the maids quarters, and then a school for the children of the estate, this section of the Homestead has lived many lives. The picture below shows R.M. and Dick Barr Smith with their tutor, Mr. Walker, who would’ve taught the boys in the school in Elizabeth’s Wing at the time.


Despite being located in Elizabeth’s Wing, the bookshelf embossed “EBS” actually belonged to Eda Barr Smith, her mother. Eda was an avid reader and a woman of many talents. When the original Homestead was destroyed in a fire in 1920, it was Eda who engaged designers for the new building and garden, including the iconic arches we see today.

You will also find her handmade tapestries throughout the Homestead. They can be found on the coffee table in Elizabeth’s Wing and above the fireplace in the Green Room.

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Mount William revives the spirit, energises the soul through the surrounding nature, and nourishes the body with local, natural produce. Since 1842, it has welcomed family and friends to escape the city to reset, and in this next chapter, is now open for all to enjoy.

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Other Rooms

Uncle Jim’s Room

Sleeps 2

A cozy Queen room with views across the tennis court and swimming pool, back set by the Grampians mountains peaking over the stately hedges. A neatly formatted space, the bedroom still provides a double vanity sink and all modern amenities.

Stables Room

Sleeps 2

The bedroom takes its design influence from the nearby Bluestone Stables, witnessed through the glass french doors beyond the back lawn area. The room adjoins a large private bathroom with a clawfoot bath and overhead shower, a standout feature.

The Armoury

Sleeps 2-3

Originally the old Homestead’s office that housed a large safe and the Station’s firearms, the Armoury has both internal and external entrances, views onto the tennis court, and an adjoining oversized bathroom with a clawfoot bath.