1. Australia
  2. NSW
  3. North Coast
  4. Macleay Valley
  5. #9027924

Bemurrah Homestead Holiday House

House, Macleay Valley

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8 guests
4 bedrooms
6 beds
2 bathrooms


Bemurrah Homestead is a beautifully renovated farmhouse located at Pee Dee on the picturesque Upper Macleay. Enhancing it's country charm, the homestead comfortably accommodates 8 guests and overlooks the breathtaking Macleay River. Enjoy the stunning mountain views from the timber deck, or float your canoe and throw your line in on the magical river.

Imagine waking up to the sounds of birds and the gentle flow of water from the nearby river.

If you need time out to relax amongst nature then Bemurrah Homestead is the perfect place to unwind and put your feet up. You'll have exclusive use of 250 acres of total solitude which includes a country homestead with modern facilities, breathtaking mountain and river views and 2km of your very own river frontage.

Things to Do at Bemurrah

You can just take time to unwind, put your feet up and enjoy the views. Maybe relax by the majestic Macleay River with a good book

Have a swim in the crystal clear waters, try your hand at fishing or go exploring the river in your canoe.

If you want some gentle exercise you could go bush-walking and try to spot some native wildlife including wallabies or our abundant bird life.

Bemurrah is still part of a working cattle station so in spring you will enjoy seeing new baby calves running around playing with their Mums.

Go for a drive to one of the fabulous national parks that surround us or grab your board and head to the coast.

Fishing, canoeing, swimming, bush-walking, bird watching or just sit and admire the views. It's your choice. You will need to bring your fishing and canoeing gear.

Attractions And History

The Macleay Valley Coast's commercial origins in timber-getting and dairy farming can still be seen in it's historic landscape. Abandoned farm houses and sheds tell stories of the pioneering past. A visit to the national trust village of Bellbrook is just like taking a step back in time. Bellbrook was named in 1882 by Caroline McMaugh after the local bellbirds and the adjacent river. It is a significant example of a turn-of-the-century hamlet.

Travel the 'Slim Dusty Way' from the Pacific Highway at Kempsey to explore the childhood tramping ground of Slim Dusty around Bellbrook, Nulla Nulla and the Upper Macleay Hinterland.

Or you could head to the coast and visit Trial Bay Gaol, in the Arakoon State Recreation Area. Don’t miss the view of Trial Bay from the guard turret at the western end of the complex.

Mountains, rivers, historic villages and a short drive to the coast. What more could you want?


Balcony Books Children welcome Clothes dryer Deck/Patio Dining Dishes and utensils DVD player Fireplace Garage Heating Iron and board Kitchen Lawn/Garden Living room Microwave Non-Smoking Outdoor grill Oven Parking Pets allowed Refrigerator Stereo Stove Television Toaster Video library Washing machine Wood stove


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