Iandra Castle

Iandra Castle, Greenethorpe: Address, Phone Number, Iandra Castle Reviews: 4.5/5

Iandra Castle
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quickchick2015
Sydney, Australia90 contributions
A bit doubtful
Feb. 2021 • Friends
The property is not having open days due to COVID. The owner told me he charges $450 to open the property to visitors whether it's a small group or a large bus group
Written 2 February 2021
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CandC_ACT
Canberra, Australia8 contributions
Hidden gem
Oct. 2020 • Family
After a scenic drive through the green countryside and golden canola fields, we spent a wonderful morning exploring the beautiful gardens and buildings at Iandra Castle. Our hosts were very welcoming and knowledgeable about the property and its history. After a terrific tour of the inside of the Castle, we enjoyed a delightful picnic morning tea amongst the rose gardens. Well worth a visit!
Written 12 October 2020
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Pauline K
Sydney, Australia38 contributions
Hidden stately castle outside Young
May 2019
What a find and such a lovely art deco property. The grounds are gorgeous and we had a very nice day there. Interior of the property could do with some love and money. A little disappointing that they didnt have card payments, but thats country I guess.
Written 8 August 2019
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Emma Weyers
1 contribution
FYI for fellow dog owners!
Apr. 2019 • Friends
I recently found out that unfortunately Iandra Castle is not dog friendly. They have to remain inside your vehicle in the carpark area and are not allowed to be in the grounds, gardens or inside the castle. Clearly this is not suitable for hotter times of the year so I thought I would let other fellow dog owners know this in advance before they set out to visit and bring their beloved furry family members! Remember Dogs die in hot cars!

Otherwise Iandra Castle is a great place to visit for a serious history hit if you are into that!
Written 22 July 2019
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SG909295
Narraweena, Australia76 contributions
Awesome Open Day
Jun. 2019 • Family
We were very fortunate to attend Iandra Castle open day last Sunday. An amazing old homestead. There is even a small family chapel just up the road.
Many people came far more prepared than us. Picnicking in the grounds of this amazing home. You can get a coffee and even a sausage sandwich. But next time we will go prepared.
Written 11 June 2019
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toby3431
Melbourne, Australia55 contributions
Historic Australian homestead
Jun. 2018 • Friends
Historic Australian homestead in rural NSW. This property is only open a few times a year and is constantly being restored. Well worth a visit when it’s open. It can be very busy and there is an entry fee (cash only). Allow a few hours to see all there is
Written 15 June 2018
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Bruce C
60 contributions
A great bit of history
Jun. 2018
This place is not open often, so if you get the chance go for a drive and have a look around. we enjoyed several hours here and managed to get in early before the majority of people turned up. BBQ lunch, tea and coffee were all on site to be brought if required. well worth the look.
Written 12 June 2018
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Lite-Grey-Nomads
The Hills Shire, Australia95 contributions
A really interesting insight.
Jun. 2018 • Couples
A wonderful experience taking a leisurely stroll around this stately home, together with the adjacent stables and (on our visit anyway) a third-party working exhibition of old steam and petrol driven farm machinery and of the original genset used in past years to power the home and near environs.

Overall a wonderful morning!
Written 11 June 2018
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Mildygal1
234 contributions
Definately worth a look, an enjoyable day out
Apr. 2018 • Couples
This place is lovely, it is definately worth a look if you feel like going for a drive. The garden is lovely, they also had coffee there which was great. The castle is old but nice, we listened to the talk which was good but they really need a paper flyer with information about the rooms. It's a shame they can't do anything to the outside to make it look nice as it looks black and old from the weather.
Written 15 April 2018
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bondibeach2015
Sydney, Australia46 contributions
Outstanding Original Reinforced Concrete Building built in 1908
Dec. 2017 • Friends
This is one place you must put on your bucket list, this was the first building built using reinforced concrete back in 1908 the original owner from England Mr Greene died before the building was finished.
The whole pace is filled with mystery and intrigue and the fixtures and fittings are outstanding.
To have Iandra Castle built in 1908 in the Middle of nowhere is just fantastic.
Share farming was started in over 33000 Acres of the property.
This is a must see.
Written 4 December 2017
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