Hillview farm is set on just under 1000 acres of rolling hills and natural bush land.
With all this space, there is so much to see and do!
Our guests love feeding chickens, alpacas, sheep, lamb, and cows.
You can explore the diverse local flora and fauna (like kangaroos and the Australian wedge-tail eagle).
You can immerse yourself around the beautiful gardens.
Have a game of tennis or cool down in the pool. And at night, do some start-gazing and be mesmerised.
Or just sit back on your veranda and enjoy a glass of local wine and cheese platter.
Hillview Farmstay is strategically located 33kms south of Gundagai, 48kms from Wagga Wagga and 53kms from Tumut. Its strategic central location allows you to make it as an ideal base to explore Gundagai and the Riverina Region.
Gundagai – Although a small town, Gundagai is a popular topic for writers and has become a representative icon of a typical Australian country town. Gundagai is a classic Australian country town located on the Murrumbidgee River rich with Australia’s pioneering past. Visit the ever so popular Dog on the Tuckerbox, be awed by the engineering significance of the Historic Wooden Bridges. For more information, visit http://www.visitgundagai.com.au/
Wagga Wagga – Wagga Wagga is a major regional city in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. Straddling the Murrumbidgee River, with an urban population of more than 54,000 as at the 2016 Census, Wagga Wagga is the state’s largest inland city, and is an important agricultural, military, and transport hub of Australia making it the ninth fastest growing inland city in Australia. There is so much to do in Wagga Wagga. Visit the Botanic Garden, RAAF Aviation Heritage Centre and Wagga Wagga Beach to name a few. More info can be found at http://www.visitwagga.com/
Tumut – Tumut sits on the north-west foothills of the Snowy Mountains and is referred to as the gateway to the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Tumut is home to a number of historic buildings and many of the pubs in the town have been in use from the mid to late 1800s. Early settlers established a large number of European deciduous trees throughout the area. The stand of Poplars, Elm and Willow, amongst others, create a well renowned display of colour over autumn. Tumut celebrates this with the yearly Festival of the Falling Leaf. For more information, visit http://www.visittumut.com.au/
Other attractions in the area include:
- Historic town of Adelong popular for its Gold Mining Ruins (http://www.adelong.org.au/)
- Boutique wineries
- Mt. Selwyn snowfields
- Several golf courses
- Fishing – Blowering Dam, Murrumbidgee & Tumut Rivers
- Yarrangobilly Caves
- Adelong Falls
- Bushwalking – state forests
- Bird & wildlife watching
- Local fruit farms
- Art galleries