Mulloon Creek Natural Farms, following nature

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3585 Kings Highway, Bungendore NSW 2621

Visiting the farm Read More...

Visits to the farm are by appointment only. We open the farm to the general public on field days, and by private arrangement for groups who wish to book a specific educational tour.  If you wish to be notified of our next public field day or farm tour, please subscribe to our newsletter.  If you wish to arrange a private group tour, please contact us.

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Located within 45 minutes drive from Canberra Airport, Mulloon Creek Natural Farms comprises two farms, The Home Farm and Duralla, both on Mulloon Creek.

The Home Farm spans the Great Dividing Range – which puts it in an interesting position of being at the headwaters of two of the major water catchments in Australia.

Straddling the Great Dividing Range at an altitude of 860m (2825ft), the western side of the property feeds into the Murrumbidgee river, which forms part of the catchment for the Murray Darling Basin. The eastern side of the property contains the Mulloon Creek, a tributary to Reedy Creek, which in turn feeds into the Shoalhaven River – a primary source of water for the city of Sydney.

A further 9km downstream from the Home Farm, Duralla is located on the old Boro-Mullon (the original name) coach road (now Hazeldell road) that was used to travel between Tarago and Queanbeyan, passing through Bungendore. It is at the junction of four creeks; Mulloon Creek, Shiel Creek, Sandhills Creek and Reedy Creek. Spanning 590ha (1450ac), Duralla is the home to our organic free-range egg operation.

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Getting to Mulloon Creek Natural Farms from Canberra Read More...

  • Drive to Bungendore
  • Continue through Bungendore (on the Kings Highway towards Braidwood & Bateman’s Bay)
  • Look at speedo reading at 100 km per hour sign on Braidwood side of Bungendore
  • Continue for approx 11kms. You will be traveling up a hill (The Great Dividing Range) which has an overtaking lane
  • Near the crest of the hill are 2 signs, 1 either side of the road – a black cross on yellow background with a truck under
  • Not far past these signs is a finger sign, on the right hand side of the road, pointing right. The sign says “Mulloon Creek Natural Farms” –“The Home Farm”. Take this right turn
  • Go over front grid. Follow through a couple of kilometers of bush. This opens up into a valley.
  • You will come to cattle yards on the right, and The Managers Office and house on the left. If you are attending an event follow the signage from here

Getting to Mulloon Creek Natural Farms from Sydney Read More...

  • On the Hume Highway, Take first exit into Goulburn (about 2 hours from Sydney)
  • Turn left at first set of traffic lights. Follow couple kilometres past railway station on left and Woolworths on right
  • Turn left over railway line at signs to Braidwood
  • Go on Braidwood Road, straight through Lake Bathurst and Tarago (do NOT turn right to “Bungendore” in Tarago)
  • After about 30 minutes from Goulburn, when you come to T-junction where you turn left to Braidwood or right to Canberra, take the right
  • After a few kilometres you cross The Mulloon Creek itself and soon start climbing up the Range
  • After another 4 kms or so you will see black on yellow cross signs with a picture of a truck on them. Soon after that there is a finger sign on a post on the left saying “Mulloon Creek Natural Farms”. Turn left
  • Go over front grid. Follow through a couple of kilometers of bush. This opens up into a valley. You will come to cattle yards on the right, and The Managers Office and house on the left.If you are attending an event follow the signage from here.

Accommodation Options Read More...

Bungendore and it's surrounding areas offer a number of accommodation options to suit every budget.

To find out more on what's available, please visit Bungendore Information

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