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271 Eucumbene Rd, Jindabyne, New South Wales 2627 Australia
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A True High Country Farmstay set in the heart of the NSW Snowy Mountains the ideal base located just over 10 mins from Jindabyne. Open Year round we offer families the best of both worlds for a winter or summer Holiday in the snowies. We offer 2 types of accommodation on the Farm. 3 X One Bedroom Units Self Contained sleep 4-6 people each.Our Farm House a 3 bedroom self contained House sleeps 8-10 people.Our property has an AAA 3 star rating.The Farm is a 160 acre working cattle & sheep property with many different farm animals, provides every visitor with a true high country experience. Horse riding & Fishing just down the road, plenty of parking for the boat & trailer. Skiing, Snow play, walking and exploring the Kosciusko National Park, Perisher & Thredbo Resorts 45 mins away, are great fun but can be tiring for young children and adults, we offer the best of both worlds, a perfect place to come back to each day. Parents get to relax in front of the fire and the children are kept busy and entertained with the farm animals, playground and exploring the farm. Toast marshmallows over our open camp fire, collect free range eggs; pick your own home grown vegies to cook, herbs and strawberries when in season. Cook a BBQ or use our Pizza Oven in an undercover area.
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Complimentary Instant Coffee
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Children's playground
Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
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ATJacko wrote a review Jan 2021
Sydney, Australia23 contributions5 helpful votes
We had a brilliant time at Highland. Lots and lots of space for the kids to run around and lots of things for them to see and do. We were able to feed chickens, collect eggs, pat goats, go on the go-karts, there was a little kids play equipment area, toasted marshmallows on the fire pit, my pizzas in the pizza oven. The owners are delightful and also took us on a ride in their Ute into one of the far paddocks to afford us great views of Jindabyne. The rooms are large and there is a very big kitchen but no oven so don’t plan on baking! But a great stove nonetheless. The farm is about 15 minutes easy drive to Jindabyne. Other things we did while we were staying there was visit shut the door winery in Berriedale which I highly recommend. We did the waterfall Trail bushwalk out of Sawpit Creek which is 6 km round trip and was a stunning walk. We also did the summit walk which of course is a firm favourite with lots of avid hikers. We went to the Eucumbene Trout Farm as well and we were not very impressed. We didn’t feel the owners were very helpful and had no luck catching any fish after 3 hours of fishing :(
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Jane B wrote a review Jan 2018
Sydney, Australia32 contributions24 helpful votes
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We decided at the last minute to take our 3 young girls on a holiday with a bit of a difference. After searching online we came across Higland Lodge. It suited our needs in regards to beds and it was only a couple of hours from home. When we arrived we were greeted by Gwen and shown our unit, the gardens, chickens, play area, bbq and pizza oven and the guest lounge. Every morning of our initial 4 night stay, our girls were up at the crack of dawn checking the chicken coop to see if they could get any eggs. At one stage we had so many eggs, they also went to the herb and veggie garden so they could make omelettes for breakfast. They learnt to ride bikes (which were provided free of charge), without training wheels, played Gwen and Bob’s 1941 pianola, watched movies in the guest lounge with some of the friends they made, we went on bush walks and yabbying in the dams (no luck though). Dinner time was great as there is a guest BBQ and pizza oven. We often sat with some of the other families and Bob and Gwen and shared stories over a couple of drinks. We loved it that much that we stayed another night. Would have stayed longer if time and work commitments allowed. I can honestly say, I’ve never had a more relaxed holiday. We will definitely be repeat customers. Thanks Bob and Gwen for making our stay with our 3 girls such a memorable one.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled
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arub0y wrote a review June 2017
Greater Sydney, Australia25 contributions5 helpful votes
Small family operated farm stay. Cows, sheep, horses, chooks, Indian runner ducks. A real farm. And the kids can feed the animals and the birds. We rang through and spoke to Bob and Gwen and everything flowed well from there. They are locals and directed to charming little cafe and coffee shops out of the way. Outside is a huge fire pit and we had a glass of red and a cuddle. 3 units so phone ahead, Bob said it gets busy in July. We will be back.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled
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khurramjoseph14 wrote a review Jan 2017
Canberra, Australia1 contribution
Was our first farm stay and we really loved it. We stayed in the 3 bedroom cottage, was neat and tidy. The hosts Bob and Gwen were awesome, showed us around and took us for rides around the farm. The kids loved it and it was a great farm experience for them. K and H Joseph
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Date of stay: January 2017
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Frequent traveller wrote a review June 2016
Wollongong, Australia4 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed for a long weekend and have to say were impressed with the homestead accommodation. It was clean, cosy and had everything you need for a comfy stay. The farm website probably needs some updating as there are animals on it that you do not get to see on the farm but other than that, kids got to feed the chickens and horse. Would recommend it to others looking for a relaxing stay.
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Date of stay: June 2016
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Wijitha G wrote a review Dec 2015
Greater Sydney, Australia228 contributions80 helpful votes
We booked 3 bed farm house for our family and my sons family for 5 adults and a baby. Our in-in laws family booked one bed cabin. Both accomodations were excellent. There were horses, geese and chickens to feed. Facilities are good and quite close to Jindabyne. We spent five nights and had a good time. Saw a brown snake slidering across our porch.
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled
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Jocelyn T wrote a review Aug 2015
Newcastle, Australia15 contributions3 helpful votes
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This is the 2nd time we've stayed here. Lovely and clean rooms with a great view of the farm from the main bedroom and the kitchen. Lots of lovely animals reign and Lilly (the horses) were a huge hit with the kids we went out everyday to give them a carrot. Lots of baby animals out with their mums. We were lucky enough to arrive to the farm just In time to see a dusting of snow which was fabulous. The bonfire was another highlight. Everyone was so welcoming. It really does feel like a home away from home. For a big family like ours with young children 8,6 and 4 it's a great place to stay.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Emma R wrote a review July 2015
Northmead, Australia50 contributions64 helpful votes
We've stayed here twice, once under each management, and had a great time each time. The first time we stayed in the one bedroom cabins and found them to be very warm, comfortable with all the amenities you need and the drying room is very handy for post-skiing and snow play. The communal lounge-dining room with an open fire was very convenient that time as we were a combined group with the other 2 cabins, and we also enjoyed a lovely bonfire. The ute ride across the paddock was (great!!) with Patrick and Katrina (the old management), but we found the new owners to be helpful and kind and the farmhouse is fabulous accommodation for a larger group. My extended family (5 adults 5 kids) fit in perfectly and everyone commented on how spacious and comfortable it was, and the heating was very effective, even when it was snowing outside we were lovely and toasty. The kids liked collecting the eggs on both visits and the playground was good value for the littlies. Easy access to Jindabyne and Perisher and we'll definitely bring the family back next time we're down this way.
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Date of stay: August 2014
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Claire H wrote a review July 2015
Penrith, Australia6 contributions4 helpful votes
This is our 4th time staying at highland lodge farm stay but the first time we have stayed in the farmhouse. It was great, we had 5 adults and 4 children. There was plenty of room for everyone. We enjoyed walking around the farm and sitting by the bonfire. It even snowed for us! I have and will continue to recommend the farm to family and friends .
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Travelled
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347MatthewB wrote a review July 2015
Canberra, Australia46 contributions12 helpful votes
We stayed in July 2015 during a cold snap and were lucky enough to get some snow at the farm (as well as great skiing). Kids aged 9 (twins), 7 and 5 loved the chickens, ducks, geese and a huge turkey. And the horses. They fell in love with Molly the dog and loved playing soccer and fetch with her. Bob and Ros were friendly and welcoming - kids loved feeding the birds with Ros, riding the bikes and just running around on a farm exploring. We paid a bomb to go to Selwyn and the kids kept asking if we could go back to the bloody farm (they loved Selwyn too btw). Great base to stay for a week and explore the region. Rooms in the units were surprisingly spacious. Water so pure up there. Bit of noise at times from the other units, but everyone was pretty quiet once 10pm came around. Heating room and common areas were really good. Everything was very clean. If you go, check out the J&E equestrian park down the road - great horse experience for kids plus a good family restaurant - don't know why they don't advertise it better.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Frequently Asked Questions about Highland Lodge Farmstay
What are some of the property amenities at Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, kids activities, and self serve laundry.
Which room amenities are available at Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Guests can enjoy complimentary tea and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tracie's Cafe, Lakeside Bar & Restaurant, and Chong Yees Chinese Restaurant.
Are any cleaning services offered at Highland Lodge Farmstay?
Yes, self serve laundry and a washing machine are offered to guests.