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Completed in 1901, North Bundaleer is a grand pastoral homestead, registered on the National Estate and situated on 400 acres of native bushland and farmland adjacent to the Bundaleer Forest, the birthplace of Australian forestry in 1876. The nationally significant sandstone homestead is rich in the architectural heritage of its formal rooms, hand-painted original wallpapers, lead-light windows and fireplaces.
Marianne and Malcolm Booth, the owners and your hosts, invite you to come and treat yourself to a unique experience of luxury and relaxation at North Bundaleer. The homestead has been meticulously restored from the brink of extinction, having not been occupied for 25 years, to its former glory by Marianne and Malcolm over a period of three years. The interior decoration is elegant but eclectic with many antiques and works of art.
The Dining Room is dominated by an antique Irish Georgian table, and combines a sense of occasion with a convivial atmosphere, in which to appreciate fine food and wines.
Relax in the elegantly appointed Drawing Room, or the Library with its eclectic selection of books, or on one of the shady verandahs around the homestead.
AccommodationFour beautifully appointed bedrooms, with ensuite facilities, central heating and extensive views of the surrounding gardens and countryside. The Red Room features a Georgian style canopy bed, adjoining Chinese Sitting Room and a contemporary ensuite bathroom built into the original conservatory.
ActivitiesWalk on the property at North Bundaleer with kangaroos and bird life in the natural Blue Gum environment, or on the nearby Heisen and Mawson Trails.
Nearest major City/TownTown - Jamestown
Air AccessLight aircraft from Adelaide to Jamestown takes approximately 1hr 15mins. Vehicle transfer from Jamestown to North Bundaleer takes approximately 10 minutes.
Road AccessNorth Bundaleer is located approximately 210 kilometres from Adelaide (approximately 2 hour drive).