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Kunderang East Pastoral Station

Location: 80km north-west Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Jeogla, NSW 2440

Constructed: 1892-1893


You will have the place to yourself when you and up to 13 people stay at Kunderang East Pastoral Station and Homestead. The isolated location of this place has served to protect the landscape, leaving it largely unchanged for the last 150 years. The time you spend here will allow you to witness the significance of this place and see how the early conflicts and the harsh experiences on the frontier saw, out of adversity, the creation of the Australian bush legend. The nature of pastoralism and the isolation of this location allowed the reputation of the abilities of the Australian stockman to develop and, in this preserved landscape, you will capture this sense of history and experience the unique and beautiful untamed Australian bush.


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Name of item: Kunderang East Pastoral Station
Other name/s: Cunderang / Kunderang station (fmr.); Apsley Gorges
Type of item: Landscape
Collection: Farming and Grazing
Category: Farm
Location: 80km north-west Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Jeogla, NSW 2440
Local Govt: Armidale Dumaresq
Builder: Joe Small
Constructed: 1892-1893
Current use: National Park, tourism/hospitality
Former use: Aboriginal land, pastoral Station