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Miss Fishers Costume Exhibition

Old Government House, Parramatta
1st March until 1st June 2014

Please note all sessions for the general exhibition and 'Lunch with Marion' are now SOLD OUT.

Tickets are also no longer available at the door due to having reached venue capacity.


Missed out on the Exhibition? Join us for an intimate glimpse into the world of the AACTA award winning costume designer of the series, Marion Boyce, as we celebrate the last days of the Miss Fisher’s Costume exhibition at Old Government House, Parramatta Park Sydney. Includes Lunch and an exclusive walk through the exhibition.

When: Friday May 30th
Tickets: Non Members $85, National Trust Members $80
Strictly limited tickets, pre-booking is essential.
Tickets available here >

The popular Australian ABC TV series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries visits Parramatta with a major new exhibition featuring some of the sumptuous costumes previously on show at Rippon Lea Estate in Melbourne, plus a swathe of additional ensembles that have never before been on display.

The exhibition showcases more than 40 outfits worn by Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis) and her cohorts – including Detective Inspector Jack Robinson (Nathan Page) and Aunt Prudence (Miriam Margolyes) - in Series 1 and 2 and the Christmas Special.

Visitors will be taken on a journey into the creation of the stylish world of Miss Fisher – from the pages of the Phryne Fisher mystery series of books by Kerry Greenwood, through commentary offered by the producers of the series, Fiona Eagger and Deb Cox – and of course share the wonderful insights of Marion Boyce, winner of this years AACTA Award for Best Costume Design on Television. The costumes have been generously made available by Marion Boyce and Every Cloud Productions.

Old Government House closes at 4pm.

Telephone Enquires (02) 9258 0141
(enquiries Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm AEST)

Conditions of Entry:

All backpacks, large or bulky bags (including handbags) need to cloaked to help preserve the world heritage listed building, furnishings and the costume exhibition. Strollers will also need to be placed in the cloak room. The museum reserves the right to ask that ALL bags be cloaked when sessions are at full capacity.

Photography is permitted (no flash or video). No food or drink permitted in the Museum. 

How your Timed Ticket works:
With a Timed Ticket, a pre-established number of guests can enter during each session. This will allow for minimal queues, and will enhance your viewing experience by limiting the number of patrons in the exhibition at the one time. 

Entry to the exhibition can be any time within the allocated session, however we advise everyone to arrive in good time for the session and at least 30 mins before the end of your session. We don’t want you to feel rushed in viewing the exhibition and there is no time limit on your visit once inside the exhibition, however we may ask for guests from earlier sessions to move along if the house becomes too crowded once later sessions are admitted.

We do no permit entry to the exhibition earlier than the start of your allocated session. 

If you are running very late, rather than feel you have to hurry through the exhibition, it may be an option to attend during the next session if it hasn’t been sold out. The exception is the Afternoon Session (2-4pm) when all guests will be asked to finish their visit at 3.45pm for the 4.00pm closure.

To avoid disappointment visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online. Latecomers and walk-ins will be only admitted subject to availability. 

Costumes, image and footage courtesy of Marion Boyce and Every Cloud Productions. 

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Screen Australia present, in association with Film Victoria and Fulcrum Media Finance, an Every Cloud Production Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.


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