A rare opportunity to visit Richlands, Taralga, north-west of Goulburn, opened by the owners only once every two years.
This – once 38,000 acres – outstation of tenanted farms was part of the Macarthur sheep empire from the 1830s. It retains its 1840s convict-built offices and manager’s residence and sits on the Great Dividing Range. Program includes guided tours of the homestead and grounds and 11.30am talk by Stuart Read, renowned expert on landscape heritage and garden history.
Rare books for sale, lunch available from midday catered by CWA Taralga.
Ticket Sales and Enquires: Rosanna Horn, firstname.lastname@example.org 0411 285 355