Howes Valley Hideaway
You’re on the edge of the wild.
You’re off the grid, but connected. To nature. To each other. And to Wifi if you must.
Two hours drive from the Harbour Bridge and you arrive at Howes Valley Hideaway, an Ian Poole-designed, award winning eco house on edge of a cliff overlooking world heritage listed Yengo National Park.
42 acres of pasture, crops and bush.
Take a walk down to the creek. Spread a blanket in the Olive Grove. Or jog through the vineyard rows.
Watch a wallaby. Or a Wombat. Pick an Orange. Light the fire. Start a romance. Sit on the deck. Open a Hunter Valley red.
Just getting there, winding along Putty Road, is a step back in time via some of the world’s oldest forest.