This whole property is 65 acres situated just a few minutes’ drive north of Kapunda, the oldest mining town in Australia which is on the edge of the beautiful Barossa. Accessible only by a quiet country road and have no neighbours close by. Theland was once part of the famous Anlaby Station settled in 1839.
The homestead and adjoining large barn were built in the 1860s from rock sourced in the area. The property is now a working hobby farm with a small herd of cattle and sheep and a few horses. The occasional Kangaroo, possum or cheeky fox may also be seen.
The camping grounds area is approx. Five acres offering five spaces amongst beautiful gums and alongside a natural wet weather creek which is exciting to watch flow after the rains or fun to explore during the dry. The dam is only in wet weather and also offers that natural country element. An added unique aspect they have is a historic marble quarry that the property owners are transforming into an entertainment venue.
This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, above is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering.