This working cattle property 18 kilometres south of Kingaroy and close to Bunya Mountains National Park also produces grain, beans, peanuts, wine grapes and olives. Its homestead is part of the National Estate, built in 1846 and one of Queensland’s oldest, continuously lived-in rural homes. Accommodation is in self-contained cottages set among its gardens, and outbuildings include the stables, a dairy, a blacksmith’s forge and a butcher’s shop. Although cottages are self-contained, breakfast baskets, evening meals or full catering are options. The family of co-host Libby Leu has lived here since 1887.
7 Old Taabinga Rd; (07) 4164 5531