Bookings 0449 647 423

Landline 0263 375 818
397 MUTTON FALLS ROAD
TARANA
NSW 2787
Australia

Bookings 0449 647 423

Landline 0263 375 818
397 MUTTON FALLS ROAD
TARANA
NSW 2787
Australia

info@muttonfalls.com.au

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Tarana Community Farmers Markets 4th Sunday of every month

 

 

Bush walking

swimming in the river

 

 

Fishing in the river (by arrangement)

 

 

Board games around the dining table

 

 

Star gazing at the clear night sky

 

Boules

 

 

Croquet

 

 

Story telling around the fire pit, toasting marshmallows

 

Relaxing by the open fire on cooler days and nights

 


Discovering the history of Mutton Falls

Things to do in the district..

Gairloch Garden Oberon

Gairloch Garden is a cold climate garden that is presented as a series of themed areas. This isachieved with the extensive use of hedging and timber and masonry trellises. Water is featured in many parts of the garden.Other features include a croquet lawn, mirrors, garden chess, walk-through fernery, sunken garden, metal garden art, fireplace and a variety of terracing.The garden is open from 10.00am - 5.00pm:

 

Bunnamagoo Wines

Settled in 1829 near Rockley, the vineyard is nestled in the rolling hills overlooking the historic homestead.At Bunnamagoo the cool climate and high altitude (800m) interact with deep volcanic soils to produce low-yielding vines with intensively flavored fruit.These delightful wines have been made in small, handpicked batches from only Bunnamagoo vines. They are carefully matured in a variety of oak barriques.

Oberon & District Museum Society Inc.

Over 150 pieces of early farm machinery dotted around the nearly 2 acres of level display area the Museum also boasts a wide and varied collection of artefacts and memorabilia.

 

Abercrombie Caves

Scheduled guided and self-guided tours are available every day of the year and comprehensively introduce visitors to the breathtaking world below ground. The Reserve provides several half-day bushwalks and is a wildlife sanctuary. Visitors camping, staying in the comfortable guest cottage or comfortable on site units, share the peaceful surroundings with wallabies, kangaroos, wombats, and many species of birds.For more information please refer to the National Parks & Wildlife Service listing including website link. Also see Things to