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Middlebrook Station, Scone

Historic Middlebrook Station, run by the Henderson Family since 1908, is situated in the picturesque Upper Hunter Valley, just 10 kms north of Scone. Middlebrook consists of 5000 acres of undulating basalt country, and is a peaceful and relaxed environment.

Our unique 70 year old woolshed, located in the homestead garden is the venue for any occasion. We cater for weddings, parties and functions and offer modern, comfortable accommodation for up to 24 guests.

Attractions at Middlebrook include: Working kelpie sheep dogs, Vintage machinery, a 1939 plane and T Model Ford “Whistling Dixie”. We run local tours and offer the perfect venue for fly ins, car and motor cycle clubs, coach and general interest groups.

Middlebrook Station is the perfect place for thoroughbred horse spelling and agistment.

Accommodation Options

Queen and Twin Share rooms available

Accommodation features:

Central fully equipped modern kitchen with 2 microwaves, 2 ovens and 2 dishwashers giving guests verything they would need.

2 dining/sitting rooms with wonderful views.

Wool doonas

Electric Blankets


Reverse cycle air conditioning

Meals can be arranged if needed or you can bring your own.

Laundry with dryers for guest’s convenience.

All linen and towels supplied


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