Savernake Historic and Nature Tours offers an astounding range of sites, for a full or half-day fully guided tour at Savernake Station.
Discover the 1886 Homestead, a 400 hectare pristine box-pine native woodland, abounding with many species of flora and fauna, the 1876 Selector's Hut together with the Antique Machinery Shed and the 1890s Boundary Rider's Hut.
From 1862, wool production was the focus of the Station, see the Woolshed and Shearers' Quarters built in 1912. The 1912 Overseer's Cottage is also included if you're on a Farmstay.
The property is surrounded by 80 hectare Lignum Wetland and numerous aboriginal cultural sites including Scar Trees and Midden villages.
The tour includes light catering, luncheons or cuppas, are also available by prior arrangement.
Heritage Products are available at discount prices
Price & booking
Tour pricing information (GST included)
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Per hour. Discounts for groups over six.
Payment methods accepted
Cancellation and booking policy
Visits by prior arrangement only. Group discounts: please apply to the Sloanes.
Tour starting location
Access with assistance for the disabled.
Savernake Historic and Nature Tours operate on a 1862 pastoral property which includes high-quality Australian bushland.
Alexander and Ann Sloane are dryland farmers and prime lamb producers who have diversified into tourism so that guests can enjoy and learn about pioneer and pre-European history, the natural environment and sustainable agriculture.
For environmental, cultural and history enthusiasts, Savernake Historic and Nature Tours offers a rare mix of unique features for a fascinating day or half-day visit. Listed by the New South Wales Heritage Council in 2013.
Alexander and Ann Sloane offer guided tours across many sites: 1886 Homestead with 23 rooms of memorable genuine displays; 400 hectare pristine species-rich native box-pine woodland; 1912 fully functional Woolshed and Shearers' Quarters (with displays): 1876 wattle and daub Selector's Hut: 1890s Antique Machinery Shed: 1890s Boundary Rider's Hut: Aboriginal cultural sites of middens and scar trees: Landcare projects of revegetation and wetlands.
Guests select sites to match their interests and time frame. Light luncheons and cuppas are available by prior arrangement. All tours and catering are pre-arranged.
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