The house is suitable for groups of up to 16-18 people. The bedrooms wrap around a large comfortable lounge adjoining the kitchen and heated by a enclosed wood fire and split system a/c.  A wired-in games room abuts the house. There's undercover parking for one vehicle providing access to a step-less front door.  

Electric stove, microwave, dishwasher, large refrigerator, walk in pantry and ample bench space support a recently renovated kitchen.  

The house opens onto the rambling well maintained garden taking advantage of vistas up the Warburton Valley.  

Behind gates and a short walk from the house is a spring fed dam.

7 Bedrooms.  10 single beds (4 adjustable including 1 hi/lo), 3 doubles and 2 cots, sleeps 16-18 adults.  2 of the 4 bathrooms are fully accessible.

Freshwater springs provide ample water all year for century old European trees and much loved garden.  Accessible paths twist amongst an extraordinary diversity of flora where numerous native birds come to feed. It's a garden of discovery and you'll find yourself in secluded pockets wherever you wander.   

The animals on the farm live out their years as pets and we encourage guests to spend time with them.  They certainly like it.  Especially our cow Jessica who loves a scratch through the fence.    

A second spring feeds a lower dam within sight of the house, some guests have been know to catch yabbies there and it's a good place to swim, providing there's an adult willing to pull up a chair and supervise. 

About a third of the property is native bush with walking tracks skirting the paddocks and passing through the forest.  The mountains provide rainfall that protects us from the droughts which affect the rest of the state.