Bathurst Grange Distillery

Overview

The Grange (est. 1823) is one of the few privately owned colonial homes listed by the NSW Office of State Heritage and, over the years, has hosted several famous guests including Charles Darwin and…

The Grange (est. 1823) is one of the few privately owned colonial homes listed by the NSW Office of State Heritage and, over the years, has hosted several famous guests including Charles Darwin and Brett Whiteley.

Now the property, which has been in the Jones family since 1972, is also home to the Bathurst Grange Distillery, producing premium spirits.

Visit to learn about the production of whisky and gin in the distillery while soaking up the scent of the maturing whisky casks and the Australian botanicals used in the gin. The Rose Garden Gin, for example, is created with rose petals plucked from the property’s rose garden, while rosemary and mint grown on the farm infuse the Blue Mountain Gin.

Walk the Grange’s gardens, see the historic graveyard and sample the distillery products in the old tin shed, now transformed into a comfortable drinking spot.

The property is also a working sheep farm set along the Fish River.

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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