5 Queen size bedrooms
Bunk beds in some rooms
2 lounge rooms
Large self contained new kitchen
Open fire place
Things to do
Dam with fresh water yabbies.
Other activities on the estate include bushwalking, discovering rock formations in the spectacular sandstone cliffs, wildlife or bird watching or just simply relaxing
Rylestone is an old stone villate of about 1200 people on the Cudgegong River. It is located 237km north-west of Sydney, 47km south-east of Mudgee, 93km north of Lithgow and 590m above sea level. Wool, sheep, cattle, coalmining, olives, tourism and cement production are the mainstays of the local economy.
Rylestone Shire’s natural attractions include it’s sweeping landscapes, idyllic waterways, dramatic mountain ranges, and a wide range of flora and fauna that includes rare and endangered species.
The town has many old stone buildings, especially in Louee St.
Tindale Park Reserve
Tindale Park Reserve, on the river’s banks, makes for a pleasant picnic, barbecue and swimming pool.
Dunns Swap is located within Wollemi National Park. It was formed by the trapped water of Kandos Weir, established in the 1920s when the Cudgegong River was dammedto provide water for the Kandos cement works.
Wollemi National Park
Wollemi National Park is the second largest national park in New South Wales, covering 487 500 hectares. It is the home of the Wollemi Pine. This ‘living fossil’, first discovered in 1994, is the closest surviving relative of species which date back 150 million years.
Fern Tree Gully
Fern Tree Gully is a highly scenic rain forest area to the north of town which has been furnished with walkways and lookouts.