Venterfair Rural Retreat

Venterfair Rural Retreat - House
Venterfair Rural Retreat
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Kitchen
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Living-Dining
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Living-Dining
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Bedroom1 Queen
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Ensuite Bathroom
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Bedroom2 Queen
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Bedroom3 Tri-Single
Venterfair Rural Retreat - Bathroom

Venterfair Rural Retreat

Oxley Highway, Walcha, New South Wales 2354

(02) 6777 6558



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Venterfair Rural Retreat is located on a 5,000 acre working sheep and cattle property. Hands on experiences available include working with sheep, cattle and working dogs, pottering in the vegetable garden or assisting the owners with the general upkeep of the property. There are scenic drives and walks throughout the property with wildlife aplenty guaranteed. Spectacular sunsets and the magnificent National Parks abounding in wildlife, waterfalls, and walking tracks will all make for a memorable New England holiday. Walcha township is close by, with restaurants, a gallery, tennis and bowling greens, an Olympic sized swimming pool plus pubs, clubs and restaurants guaranteed to interest you. The self-contained farmhouse has three bedrooms, a fully contained kitchen, lounge, laundry, bathroom and is available for overnight or weekly bookings.

Facilities found here

Laundry, Open Fireplace, Pet Friendly - Enquire,

Rooms Available

Self-contained three bedroom farm house set on a portion of a 5,000 acre working sheep and cattle station. Two bathroom, laundry, double garage and barbecue facilities make this an ideal farm stay for couples, families and groups. Do your own thing or join the day-to-day farm activities. Pet friendly. Overnight or weekly bookings.


  • Blankets
  • Dryer
  • DVD/Blu-ray Player
  • Private Bathroom
  • Refrigerator
  • Lounge/Dining Area
  • CD Player
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities
  • Television
  • Washing Machine

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.