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Savernake Station

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Address: Savernake, New South Wales 3730, Australia
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+61 2 6035 9415
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Accommodation for 6 in 1912 quaint fully self-contained Murray Pine...

Accommodation for 6 in 1912 quaint fully self-contained Murray Pine Cottage. Guided tours for day visitors: choice of several sites: 1886 Heritage Listed Homestead of 23+ rooms (2 hours), 400 hectare pristine species-rich native bushland, 1876 Wattle & Daub Selector's Hut, 1912 Woolshed & Quarters, 88 hectare Lignum Wetland, Aboriginal cultural sites, Antique Machinery Shed, 1890s Boundary Rider's Hut, Landcare projects. All tours and catering by prior arrangement only. Discounts for larger groups (max 30).

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A friend and I visited Savernake Station and were warmly welcomed by Ann and Alexander. Their passion to conserve both the family and local history is to be commended. Our tour of... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Annette R
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McLaren Vale, Australia
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McLaren Vale, Australia
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

A friend and I visited Savernake Station and were warmly welcomed by Ann and Alexander. Their passion to conserve both the family and local history is to be commended. Our tour of the homestead provided an amazing insight into life in the area in the late 1800's, early 1900's and the present day running of this heritage listed property. Their... More 

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Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 4 March 2017

Our group of 4 adults spent 2 days at Savernake. The 1912 cottage that we stayed in was a trip back into the past, however it was comfortable and exceeded all our needs. The silence at night and the expansive stars overhead were wonderful. The guided tour of the Homestead by Ann and Alexander was a trip into the past... More 

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Reviewed 15 October 2016

If you have a particular interest in Australian history and culture, a booked tour of Savernake Station is a must if you are ever in the Mulwala area. The home was built by the original leaseholders and has remained in the family ever since, which is why there is such a great collection of furnishings, household utensils and tools and... More 

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1 Thank Susan C
Adelaide, Australia
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Reviewed 6 May 2016

We enjoyed taking part in the conversation and hearing the family history.We were able to relate much of what we saw to our own family history since settlement in the "Colonies". The production of the books and DVD are valuable sources for future generations as well as today. The huge collection of artifacts and documents would equal any seen in... More 

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1 Thank kwbmh
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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

We were given an excellent tour by Ann Sloan of the lovely original old homestead with its detaild rooms filled with amazing memorabillia. Such a treat.

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Reviewed 20 April 2016

WE had a tour of the homestead, led by the very well informed Ann and Alexander Sloane. The collections date back to 1886. There are many reminders for people who grew up in rural Australia of life gone by. There is lots for children to look at, especially old methods of communication and toys used by children growing up in... More 

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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 16 November 2015

Relaxing night stay in a beautiful location! This charming farmstay had loads of character. It was a very neat and tidy, well maintained property and I really enjoyed our stay here. The owners Alex and Ann are wonderful hosts and were extremely helpful during our stay. They were passionate about the land and gave fantastic tours throughout their property. Perfect... More 

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Echuca, Australia
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Reviewed 5 September 2015

Our group of 3 were given a most interesting, informative tour of the old homestead by Ann Sloane. The station has been in the family since the 1800's and all the objects, papers, photographs etc were originally owned by members of the family. I was amazed at the excellent condition of everything in the homestead. The native pine timber on... More 

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BayArea
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
Reviewed 17 May 2013

I was given a personal tour by Ann Sloane and had a great time! Ann has so much knowledge and passion for what she does. The farm has everything for everyone. I saw little lambs and they're absolutely adorable, saw at least 20 Kangaroos, a few Wallabies, countless birds... At one point, I was standing at The Homestead (a cottage... More 

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Denver, Colorado
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Reviewed 2 March 2007

Ann and Alex Sloane give a guided tour of the large farm that has been in their family since the 1800s. They take you on a walk through a large acreage of bushland that they have preserved as it has always been. They are a working sheep farm with about 8,000 sheep and the explanation of the shearing process was... More 

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