WELCOME TO MUTTON ACCOMMODATION AND VENUE IN TARANA, NSW
Built in 1860 by Richard Mutton for the Webb family,
Mutton Falls was originally used as a farmhouse and dairy and has a wonderfully colourful history.
One of its original residents was Anne Webb (sister of Richard Mutton) who raised her 5 children there and managed a general store on the main route to Bathurst. Their rural store was unsuccessfully held up on more than one occasion including in 1867 when bushrangers Larry Cummins and John Foran got more than they bargained for from the resourceful Webb family.
More recently, the homestead has been lovingly restored with so much character and careful consideration, and for several years It has been utilized as a bed and breakfast and events space.