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Waukivory Estate

· Waukivory, New South Wales
22 acres hosted by Naomi F.
1 lodging site
Waukivory Estate is in the midst of dairy and cattle country and 20 mins from the heart of Gloucester being the closest town to Barrington. With a swimming hole on each boundary and a river/creek winding through the property. It is a pilot site for a foliage farm that our donkeys Daisy and Duke keep a watchful eye on. It is a perfect location to head up into the Barrington mountains or over to our amazing east coast on day trips.The Cottage is perfect for a get away of up to 8 people. But if you are wanting to bring extended family, friends or multiple families then The Cottage & The Bunkhouse is definitely for you sleeping up to 18 people. Please contact us for enquires re large groups wanting to book The Cottage and The Bunkhouse
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Irjaliina P.recommends
March 6, 2024
Waukivory Estate
Such a beautiful stay. The minute we walked in we fell in love with the space, decor and calm. Everything was perfectly clean and comfortable. I could have slept in those beds for days and days! A lovely property to explore and cozy home to relax.
Waukivory, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Guringai, Biripi, and Worimi First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Naomi F.Joined in January 2023
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 9 hours
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