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Old Wallinga Country House, Mudgee

Old Wallinga Country House is a beautifully restored 19th Century homestead.
It has large rooms with fine furniture and antiques. The property is set in
65 acres and has views of gently rolling hills, grazing cattle and dams which
are home to ducks and native birds.

Screened verandah doors open up onto a courtyard with barbecue facilities,
swimming pool and tennis courts with a large herb garden close by and across
the lawn are the stables.

Genuine country house hospitality is guaranteed. This is a place where you can
really enjoy your holiday.

The Sydney Morning Herald rated this accommodation at 4.5 Stars.

Accommodation Options

Stables

Stables

Main House

Main House

Activites and Experiences at Old Wallinga Country House

  • Direct
  • Relaxation
  • 4 Stars
  • 4 1/2 Stars

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