Warramba is a set on 100 acres of bushland just three hours from Sydney. The property features an 1890s sandstone farmhouse lovingly restored.

It also features sheds, 100-year-old sheep and cattle yards and a lazy river that dances with native reeds. Warramba possesses native grasslands, old fences and a vintage Land Rover. Highland Cattle fed by hand graze in the fields and a cheeky and photogenic blue cattle dog called Mate is always ready for his close up. There's also a recently-restored white '63 Ford Falcon available for use, and the property offers additional locations within 20-minutes, including World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park, historic Rylstone Village and Ganguddy, wetlands that resemble Kakadu.

  • Colonial Sandstone Farmhouse 
  • Beautiful interiors
  • Native Grasslands
  • Sheer Sandstone Cliffs
  • Stands of Ironbark
  • Old Sheep and Cattle Yards
  • Rusted Barbed Wire Fences
  • Dam
  • Winding River with Reeds and Natural Stone Crossing
  • Vintage Landrover
  • Classic Australian Car
  • Highland Cattle
  • Blue Heeler
  • National Parks, Historic Rylstone and beautiful Ganguddy within 20-minutes