Just 6 minutes from Gloucester, west along Thunderbolt’s Way, on your right you will see a white timber entrance to the 40-acre property. There are timber cattle yards and a large dam close to the road.

    Cross the cattle grid and the small timber bridge, pass the farm dams and small lily ponds you are sure to encounter some of the local birdlife or perhaps the resident cattle or horses.

    At the very back of the property, tucked away among well establish native gardens, you will find four red cedar cottages perched above the river and providing views of the river and into the tree canopies. Each cottage is named after local waterways- Manning, Avon, Dilgry and Kerript.