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Moorlands Farmstay, Kulpi

Enjoy a true taste of country life at Moorlands Farmstay, just 60 kilometres north-west of Toowoomba.

Moorlands Farmstay has been operating for 14 years and Laurette is a foundation member of Australian Farm and Country Tourism (AFACT).

The property is beautifully situated for guests travelling further west but most come specially to enjoy the renowned hospitality and friendly ambience.

The property of 5000 acres has two large homesteads – both are situated in beautiful gardens with lovely views. They can house 12 guests between them. The bedrooms are beautifully appointed and most have reverse cycle air-conditioning.

Guests are treated as one of the family and can take part in all farm activities such as collecting eggs, feeding fowls, playing with dogs and cats, picnicking on the farm and in the nearby Bunya Mountains National Park.

All visitors to Moorlands Farmstay are assured of a very happy and memorable stay on a beautiful property.

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