East Kunderang Homestead
East Kunderang Homestead is a historic cedar slab homestead, built in the 1890s, set spectacularly among the mountains and valleys of Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
Once part of an extensive grazing property, its existence tells a fascinating story of European occupation of the north coast and pioneer life on an isolated pastoral station. It's also an important part of the Aboriginal history of the area.
The historic homestead has been carefully restored to provide comfortable heritage accommodation for up to 14 people. There are five bedrooms, a lounge and dining room, a modern kitchen and two bathrooms, so there is plenty of room for a family or group of friends.
There are also lots of activities to keep you occupied, including swimming and paddling or a spot of fishing in the nearby river, as well as easy walking tracks and opportunities for birdwatching.
The homesteads wide veranda is the perfect place for relaxing in the afternoon sun, enjoying the view and splendid isolation of the property.
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