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Minnamurra Farmstay, Crookwell

Stay with Tony and Mary at the award winning Minnamurra Farmstay. Minnamurra has a warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere, with country hospitality at it’s best. Tariff includes Bed and Special Breakfast, other meals on request.

Minnamurra is a working farm of 1,080 hectares with 8,000 sheep.

Enjoy a tour of the property, watch farm activities. Walk over rolling countryside, fish for trout. Play tennis and boules. Relax in the garden and listen to the birds. Soak up the history of this beautiful property
purchased by Tony’s grandfather in 1904. Here you will find peace and tranquillity, rest and relaxation, and gracious living.

Accommodation Options


Double with ensuite bathroom with shower, toilet & basin.




Twin room with two single beds. Sharing a guest bathroom with bath and shower. Separate loo across the passage from the bathroom.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Fishing - Trout/Fly
  • Fishing
  • Off Road Driving
  • Wildlife

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