The Curtin Family Home

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This winter the National Trust of Western Australia is offering members an exclusive 30% discount* when they book a stay at Curtin Family Home. Get in touch with us at to find out more about this offer.

Relax in the surrounds of this famous historical home located in the heart of Cottesloe; this is your chance to stay in the home of an Australian Prime Minister. Curtin Family home was once the residence of war time PM John Curtin & his family.

Single level family home restored by the National Trust & formally opened by the Prime Minister in March 2011. Original period features throughout the home including a beautiful front & rear garden with white picket fence.


Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout (heating/cooling).

Master bedroom with 1 King bed, wardrobe & chest of drawers. Bedroom 2 with 2 Single beds (Can be converted to a King), wardrobe & chest of drawers.

Bathroom has shower & toilet with original features including the basin & windows. Complimentary starter pack of Outback Essence guest amenities supplied in each bathroom. Fragrances selected from various parts of Australia, providing guests a truly Australian experience.

Bright original kitchen with appliances & cookware; stand-alone oven/cooktop, range hood, fridge & microwave. Please note no dishwasher. Tea & coffee facilities including complimentary tea, coffee & long life milk.

Separate dining room for 8 plus a sunny breakfast table next to kitchen.

Large living area with original details alongside modern touches such as large flatscreen TV, DVD player, IPOD dock & workstation.

Outdoor setting for 6 in gorgeous garden plus BBQ.

Full laundry facilities in separate building at rear of house includes washing machine/tumble dryer & large clothes line.

Quality bed & bath linen, plus beach towels provided.

Hairdryer, iron & ironing board included.

Private garage for 1 vehicle plus a spare outdoor car bay.

Curtin Family Home is a National Trust of Western Australia heritage property.