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5 bedrooms, each with bathroom and luxurious linen.



1 king suite with working fireplace, lounge area, separate entrance and full bathroom.

1 double room with ensuite and daybed.

1 queen room with full bathroom featuring a gorgeous tin bath.

An extra single sized daybed in inner living room.


2 private queen rooms each with ensuite and deck






Originally a working dairy farm, Mutton Falls housed the Webb family; Ann and her 8 surviving children and cousins.


She built (or had built) the homestead on the main route to

Bathurst and ran a general store on the property after her husband William was killed in a cart accident. 

Devastated she couldn’t bury William nearby, Ann later donated land and supplies for a church to be built on the hill overlooking the homestead, on the condition it was open to all denominations.


In 1867 bushrangers Larry Cummins and John Foran held up the store,

only to be thwarted by the Webb children. 

They were later arrested and Cummins was sentenced to 30 years jail for

a number of robberies under arms.

She died peacefully at Mutton Falls homestead in 1906, 2 months shy of 98.

She is buried at St Peters... the church on the hill.

Mutton Falls is located on Wiradjuri Country. 

 We pay respect to Wiradjuri Elders past, present and future, and recognise the wisdom, strength,

capacity and resilience of the people of the Wiradjuri region.


Photography by Ona Janzen





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