The King's Castle is not in any way endorsed by EPE or Graceland, the Estate of Elvis Presley.

 

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The King’s Castle is Australia’s only chain of permanent exhibition of artefacts that were owned by Elvis Presley. It includes items owned by Greg Page, the Original Yellow Wiggle whose items have featured in the Graceland Authenticated Auction at Graceland in 2014.

 

The King’s Castle opened in the NSW central west town of Parkes in January, 2009.  It began in a small building, known as Moat Cottage, and the following year moved to the bigger venue of The Henry Parkes Centre, which now incorporates the Parkes Visitor Information Centre, The Parkes Motor Museum.

 

Visitors to the complex can see both museums (The King's Castle and the Motor Museum) for one low admission price, which includes these priceless artefacts that can only be seen here, in Australia.

 

The collection is owned by Greg Page, and The King’s Castle is a joint venture project between Greg Page and the Parkes Shire Council. Over time, the collection has included more than 1500 items, ranging from the original cape made for Elvis’ Aloha from Hawaii concert in 1973, a 10 carat diamond ring gifted to a fan at a concert in 1975, a two-piece leather stage suit worn in 1974, as well as instruments, furniture, documents, movie clothing and more.

 

In May 2014, Greg was very honoured to be asked to be a part of Graceland's first-ever "Auction at Graceland", an auction of artefacts authenticated by the archives department at Graceland themselves. Items featured in this inaugural auction include a Gold and Diamond Lion Mask Pendant worn by Elvis when he met President Nixon in the Oval Office at the White House; Elvis and Priscilla's Marriage Certificate; the last Cadillac purchased by Elvis for his own, personal use; a Martin D28 guitar played on stage by Elvis during his last Las Vegas engagement, and many more. 

In August 2019, The King's Castle will be opening a second museum in the Gold Coast at the Italo-Australian Club. Just like the Parkes museum, The King's Castle on the Gold Coast will take you on a journey through the life and times of the world's most iconic, legendary and influential performer.

 

 

The King's Castle - Parkes, NSW

The King's Castle is located on the Newell Highway on the northern side of Parkes, heading toward Dubbo, approximately 2km from the centre of town.  We are in the Parkes Visitor and Information Centre.

 
​The Henry Parkes Centre

Cnr Newell Highway and Pioneer Street,

Parkes, NSW, 2870

FREE CALL: 1800 624 365
E: tourism@parkes.nsw.gov.au
 

Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday/Sunday & Public Holidays 10.00am - 4.00pm

Tickets are valid for 2 days to allow visitors enough time to spend viewing the diverse range of exhibits on display.
 

Adults: $10.00 each 

Concessions: $8.00 each

Children (under 18 years): $5.00 
 

Group rates available for pre-booked tours of 20 people or more. Contact us on 02 6862 6000 to find out more.

Tickets are valid for two days

 

The King's Castle - Gold Coast, QLD

(Opening on the 18th August, 2019).

Gold Coast Italo-Australian Club
18 Fairway Drive, Clear Island Waters, QLD, 4226 

 

(07) 5575 1966
 
Open 7 days a week

Daily 10am - 6pm

 

TICKET PRICES
Adults $25
Concessions and Children 13 and over $18

Families (2 Adults, 2 Children) $65