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About Banderra

Banderra is an historic farming property steeped in the history of early farming settlements and explorers. Originally known as Woodlark, the property boasts a creek crossing used by Cobb & Co during the early years of settlement in the region. The coach roads are used on Banderra today and the eastern extension track was used as the police "trooper" link between Ironbark (Stuart Town), where they were stationed and Bakers Swamp frequented by bushranger Ben Hall.

Banderra reflects our involvement in landcare with many long established (as well as new) tree plantations as we continue to preserve the pristine ecology and develop bio diversity as part of a sustainable farming and grazing system.

Apart from the on-property attractions we are ideally situated to visit a number of local attractions as a gateway to and from the west. More information can be found on our activities page.

Part of the appeal of Banderra is our multi-award winning garden that provides the perfect environment for a relaxing and stress free break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. You will find photos of our garden scattered around our website and you can find additional ones by clicking here.

Banderra gardens open as part of the Australian Gardens Scheme.

Cobb & Co crossing

Landcare at Work

Farm Stock

Banderra's Garden


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