Found in the Grampians region. This 926 acres station has many areas of use. A National Trust listed 1865 Colonial vernacular Woodshed and a 1845 original Homestead and gardens. Established in 1842. One of Australia’s early settlement farms.
One of 7 National Trust listed 1860s bluestone woolsheds on site
It contains an upgraded 8-bedroom historic Shearer’s Quarters.
12-bedroom Homestead circa 1840s with extensions built in the 1920s.
Set on 4-acres of historic gardens surrounded by cypress hedges. Old English feel.
Polo field and equestrian facilities. Hosting two bush polo tournaments a year with a professional living on farm who could assist on the horse handling side.
Oldest Charolais cattle stud in Australia. Circa 1969.
Historically wool with sheep still farmed on-site.
1hr 20min from the end of the Great Ocean Road and backset by the Grampians National Park.
Accessible by train, bus, car (2hrs 30min) and helicopter (40min) from Melbourne.