This large parcel of land has it's own piece of history with the original Cobb & Co Highway going through the property. In 1891 Governor Macquarie ordered the construction of a cart road. This track is still evident, with the effort to cut into the rocky hill sides and build the dry stone walls to form the road a real marvel. The rock formations and scenery at the Queens Gap are impressive and a great place for a bit of soul searching or just to recharge the batteries. The 356 acre property has approximately 300 acres of undulating to very steep untouched bushland, the remainder is cleared undulating country leading down to the 3.6 x 6m weekender with wood heater, kitchen sink and furnished. The property has abundant wildlife and would be a great getaway or a bit of bike riding or shooting. Just 3 hours from Sydney. Treat yourself to something special.
REVIEWS (3):"What a wonderful meal. My partner and I went to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. Service was fantastic. A mix of "city" fine dining with "country"..."read more
REVIEWS (2):"This place was perfect for a flavoursome meal on the way to Canberra. Each meal was well presented, and full of flavour. The only negative was we had to..."read more
REVIEWS (2):"When you want to escape the city hustle and bustle and breathe the fresh, clean air of the southern highlands then this is the place to come!! Set inside an..."read more
REVIEWS (1):"Gorgeous winery cafe - we shared a ploughman's lunch, Moroccan lamb pot pie, slow cooked pork sliders, fries and the special of duck and mushroom ravioli -..."read more