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Yarracoola Estate

Taylors Flat, New South Wales
250 acres hosted by Brett C.
3 Vehicle/Tent sites
Yarracoola is a working sheep farm, carrying 300 to 400 merino ewes and additional lambs, depending upon the time of year. Surrounds of rolling hills and bush, our land offers peace and quiet with plenty of space. Overlooking rural paddocks, you can enjoy the tranquillity that a farming landscape has to offer. (1.5hrs from Canberra, 3.5hrs from Sydney). Camping is available next to the creek and dam on the western side. There is no power, no dump point, no phone reception and no internet. (Don't you just love that...😜) Various farming activities occur during the year which you are welcome to join in. The township of Boorowa is 15min drive, offering a range of shops, dining venues, Golf course, swimming pool (in season) and playground. There are also a number of events held throughout the year. The Woolfest and the Picnic Races being a must. https://irishwoolfest.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/boorowapicnicraceclub https://youtu.be/1Ja7bR1EvAA Townships close by are Yass, Young, Harden, Murringo, Binalong, Rye Park, Cowra and Wyangala Dam. If you visit in spring you'll be able to see fields full of bright yellow canola as far as the eye can see. More info on Hilltops region: https://www.visithilltopsregion.com.au/see-do/festivals-events/
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Taylors Flat, New South Wales, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Brett C.Joined in April 2024
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