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North Bundaleer Properties

North Bundaleer
Beautifully Decorated Guest Rooms

Guests have the use of the entire Homestead, including the formal Drawing Room and Library. For conversation, reading, pre-dinner or after dinner drinks, these rooms are the ideal location. Both have open fireplaces and comfortable seating. The decoration in the Drawing Room has been designed around an original hand painted frieze over two columns set in a bay window which contains two curved E F Troy leadlight windows picturing almond blossom, birds and butterflies. With an antique French Aubusson carpet, fine antiques, original artworks and oil paintings, French Rose marble fireplace, the room is elegant and feminine. The LibraryThe Library has more the atmosphere of a gentleman's club, with William Morris wallpaper and curtain fabrics. The original wood graining of oak, bird's eye maple and tortoiseshell complements the antique mahogany partners' desk and oak break front bookcase, Ethiopian parchment paintings, antique prints and etchings. The Homestead contains a large and eclectic selection of over 2,000 books. Daily newspapers, magazines and periodicals are provided. Satellite television is available in a separate sitting room. Internet connection is available throughout the homestead.
Clare Valley Region


Year Round

Australia is an all-year-round destination, but during the summer, December to February, it is hot in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland. At the Great Barrier Reef, most rain falls in January and February. In northern Queensland and parts of the Northern Territory, roads may flood during the 'green' season, January to March. The ski season takes place during June to October in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Australia's seasons are the opposite of those of the Northern Hemisphere.

Spring: September-November
Summer: December-February
Fall: March-May
Winter: June-August

Visit to Mining Towns, Bushwalking, 4-wheel Drive Tracks, Sundowners & Gardens.

The aim of North Bundaleer is to provide an environment in which to unwind and enjoy the simple pleasures of life - a good meal, fresh air, and good company. With the Clare Valley close by, the historic mining towns of Burra and Mintaro to visit, bushwalking along the Heyson and Mawson Trails that traverse the Bundaleer Forest, 4-wheel drive tracks - there is plenty to do, for those feeling more energetic. Self-drive, or guided - we can organise a day to suit your needs, and pack up a picnic to enjoy along the way. For those who prefer to spend their day relaxing in their surroundings, we can whisk you to the top of our hill for lunch or a 'sun downer' when a change of scene is required. There are verandas on all sides of the house, so there is always a sunny or shady spot in which to sit and enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside and gardens.

Owners & Hosts

Malcolm & Marianne Booth
Guest Reviews

"Could you adopt me? I don't want to leave - ever!"
- Mark Chipperfield, Sydney

"The only difficult thing was to decide: stay in the lovely red room bed, or go out to listen to the birds. "
- Julica Jungehuelsing, Germany
Press & Media

- Conde Nast Traveler (US)
- The Age Magazine
- The Sunday Telegraph (UK)
- Herald Sun
- The Australian Financial Review Magazine
- Conde Nast Traveller (UK)
- Conde Nast Traveller (Australia)
- Metropolis (Tokyo, Japan)
- Australian Gourmet Traveller
- RM Williams Outback Magazine
- Audi Magazine
- The Weekend Australian
- Beautiful B&Bs and Small Hotels
- The Advertiser
- Medic SA
- The Greenwood Guide to Australia

Situated on 400 acres of native bushland and farmland, North Bundaleer was completed in 1901, one of the last grand Pastoral Homesteads built in South Australia. Registered on the National Estate, we are situated 190km North of Adelaide, in the Clare Valley region, on the way to the Flinders Ranges.
Although the surroundings may be grand, the ambience is relaxed and informal. Let us welcome you as our guests for a unique experience of rest and rejuvenation. The aim of North Bundaleer is to provide an environment in which to unwind and enjoy the simple pleasures of life - a good meal, fresh air, and good company. With the Clare Valley close by, the historic mining towns of Burra and Mintaro to visit, bushwalking along the Heyson and Mawson Trails that traverse the Bundaleer Forest, 4-wheel drive tracks - there is plenty to do, for those feeling more energetic. Self-drive, or guided - we can organise a day to suit your needs, and pack up a picnic to enjoy along the way. For those who prefer to spend their day relaxing in their surroundings, we can whisk you to the top of our hill for lunch or a `sun downer' when a change of scene is required. There are verandas on all sides of the house, so there is always a sunny or shady spot in which to sit and enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside and gardens.

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