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Mulloon Creek Natural Farms

Street:
3585 Kings Highway
ZIP:
2621
City:
Bungendore
State:
NSW

Description

mulloon creek

Mulloon Creek Natural Farms is a stunning example of biological agriculture in practice. A secret valley at the headwaters of the Shoalhaven, MCNF produces the finest organic/biodynamic pastured eggs in Australia, and is one of the best current examples of Natural Sequence Farming available today.

Directions: MCNF is located at 3585 Kings Highway Bungendore, on the south side of the Kings Highway between Bungendore and Braidwood. There will be signs for the course at the turn-off. Once you have turned into MCNF, drive down through the bush and continue through the farm until you see signs indicating to turn left to the course venue at the Barn. See interactive map below to plan your journey.

Accommodation options: 

Book directly with hotels. Prices will vary depending on the season; call for current tariffs.

Bungendore: 20 minute drive from MCNF.

  • The Old Stone House: 02 6238 1888. From $150p/n B&B
  • The Carrington of Bungendore: 02 6238 1044. From $75p/n
  • The Royal Hotel: 02 6238 1219. From $45p/n (shared bathrooms)
  • Lake George Hotel: 02 6238 1260. From $77p/n

Braidwood: 25 minute drive from MCNF.

  • Doncasteer Small Luxury Hotel: 02 4842 2356
  • Braidwood B&B: 0400 673 461


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