If you go down to the woods in the Macleay River Valley you’re sure of a big surprise, for there you’ll find a special renovated horseman’s bunkhouse, built from one of the massive red cedars that once proliferated here. Apart from a few retro pieces inside, most of the furniture at Nulla Nulla Blacksmith’s Farm is handmade by the owners who are both chemical-free farmers and ironwork designers. Hang about in the double hammock by the creek, bathe in the clawfoot bath, and curl up by the log fire with a book and a wine. To make your journey to zen even easier, you can order fresh chemical-free food hampers to whip up in the cabin or pick a few things from the market garden and orchard. Dogs are also welcome, as long as they’re not a hunting breed; the free range chooks have right of way here.
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“Those that make the pilgrimage to Nulla Nulla experience the joy of being in wild nature but without any thing potentially scary to deal with”
~ Wendie, Nulla Nulla Blacksmith’s Farm