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Nyrang Homestead, Borenore

Nyrang Homestead and Barton Creek Wines at Borenore via Orange in Central NSW are just 3.5 hours drive from central Sydney and Canberra 28kms from Orange.

The Edwardian Style blue stone Nyrang Homestead was built in 1904 and sits in the middle of a fine cool climate wine vineyard and 2 hectares of English Garden. With a traditional verandah and large rooms it is a great escape and allows you to be a rural squatter for your stay. The school house is an excellent self contained facility with its own verandah. Experience peace and tranquility in a great setting.

Ranked by Bruce Elder as a must visit soon opportunity in the SMH. Full house arrangements can be made for the in house Chef to prepare special local produce. Meals are not available except with a full house and by prior arrangement.

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