Golden Vale Nature Walk

20 Oct 2024 ‐

27 Oct 2024

10:00 am ‐ 1:00 pm


Welcome spring at historic Golden Vale with a walk through the virgin meadows before meandering along the Medway Rivulet to the homestead where a light picnic lunch will be served.

Wander through the natural meadows and stands of rare eucalypts. Enjoy the natural chorus of the Medway rivulet, a rich haven for native birds and frogs. Spot the yabbie holes and keep an eye out for platypus before returning to the iconic Golden Vale homestead and its splendid walled garden.

Unwind with a light picnic lunch and refreshments in the beautiful Edwardian garden located in an idyllic rural setting.


About Golden Vale Homestead

Witness to almost 150 years of elegant living, Golden Vale Homestead is a magnificent c1870 property set on 200 acres of lush parkland near Sutton Forest, Gundungurra Country.

Golden Vale was home to many owners over the years. The land was first promised to free settler Michael Hogan, who sold Golden Vale to emancipated convict Thomas Wilmot in 1830 for 39 pounds. Edward Carter later purchased Golden Vale from Wilmot in 1857 and built the grand homestead to house his growing family.

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Golden Vale Homestead


278 Golden Vale Road, Sutton Forest, NSW 2577

(02) 9258 0130
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