a mindblowing experience away from hustle and bustle of the modern life. a very pleasant service with a smile. the managers of the farm were down to earth personalities. Loved everything except the price was a bit too high.
Tuvimos la suerte de poder alojarnos en el Fishermans Casita de camino a Queensland. La casa es una casa antigua granja original que ha sido decorada con mobiliario moderno y accesorios. Nos encantó tener unos vinos de Franck Zappa Vinos (al lado), en el patio delantero, como el cacatúas squawked, y la puesta de sol sobre el río, que limita en NSW y Queensland
A group of my friends and I stayed at Roseneath Station in April 2011. We were totally knocked out by the location, (white cocaktoos soaring around calling), the history of the old shearers shed and most importantly the wonderful hospitality of Del and family. I cannot say too much about this farm-stay and the experience will live with me for a very long time. The property was the home of Bruxner (who the highway was named for) and is the gem of the area. I will be back to this paradise! It is definately worth the extra short drive from Tenterfield. For those that like 5 star air conditioned, late sipping, concrete jungles, this is NOT for you, but if you want a relaxing and soul filling stay with basic comforts and rural cham then this is definately it!
Our family of five with three young children aged 6, 5 and 3 stayed at Roseneath Station for 4 nights in September 2011. We have been to a few other farmstays before and we really enjoyed this one. You basically stay in the old renovated shearer's quarters on the property and it's a self contained stay. There's a kitchen with everything you need, a number of bedrooms, bathroom, loungeroom and a beautiful deck overlooking the property. You can either go there and just relax or get involed in some of the farm activities. We chose to get involved although there were days when we did our own thing. Whilst there we are able to walk or drive around the property at our leisure. The kids were able to feed the lambs, collect eggs, play with Scamp the dog, pat the horses etc. There's also a nearby creek where you can explore and go fishing or swimming. We were also able to tag along when some cattle and sheep were being mustered. I should say that the owners, Del and Kevin and their son, Berin were very friendly and down to earth and we really appreciated their hospitality. Overall, there's no schedule here and it's nice to know you don't have to get up the morning and do anything but just listen to the sounds of the country.....…
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