Goonoo Goonoo Station

HERITAGE

The Inn is a classic example of mid-19th century rural architecture dating back to the 1870s, with its single storey, pitched roof, brick chimneys and timber-post veranda. Originally built to cater for travellers, including those of Cobb & Co coach services, its use over the years has been varied and at one point it was used as a private residence for employees of Australian Agricultural Company (AACO). It sits to the west of the Village near the Chapel and Schoolhouse, and given its historical significance as an integral part of the AACO story, it is the ideal accommodation for capturing the spirit of Goonoo Goonoo Station.

Originally built to cater for travellers, including those using the Cobb & Co coach services

RESTORATION

During its intensive and thoughtful restoration many of the early features have been retained, such as the timber mantelpieces, double-hung sash windows and French doors opening onto the veranda. The Inn is particularly unique in that it is the only one of our accommodation buildings built from exposed brick with original lime render on the interior walls.

Given its historical significance as an integral part of the AAC story, it is the ideal accommodation for capturing the spirit of Goonoo Goonoo Station.

Goonoo Goonoo Station
Goonoo Goonoo Station

FEATURES

The Inn offers two king bedrooms, dining room, living room and galley kitchen and powder room as well as a full size bathroom with freestanding cast iron bath and a separate powder room. There are verandas to the front and side with a private outdoor area at the rear.

FLOORPLAN

Two king bedrooms, 1.5 bathroms, kitchen, lounge room, television, heated floors, ducted air-conditioning and private courtyard.

Goonoo Goonoo Station Floor Plan