Visited 4 years ago , then it was under local council and looking a bit sorry. It is now under new owners, and slowly being restored .
There is a lot of history to be learned here, ie, the steam train , and the working bullocks were amazing
the yarns the bullocky told , the training that goes into these animals , and the respect and care given to them is worth the visit alone
It really is a must for our young to hear and see what used to be very worth while
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