Whether you’re culture-lovers or you’re just seeking somewhere for a romantic short break, add this beautiful newly refreshed New South Wales hideaway to your must-visit list.
A historic 124-acre property that’s been transformed into a luxury accommodation destination with a focus on contemporary art and sculpture, Mona Farm promises to be something very special.
Located in Braidwood (three hours south of Sydney and one hour east of Canberra), the rural escape is now home to over 20 impressive Australian and International sculptures, plus one of the most significant contemporary art collections in regional New South Wales.
A place where nature, art and luxury collide, Mona Farm will also house six standalone buildings, each with their own unique story to tell through art and design. The first of the buildings to be resorted, the property’s 1853 Homestead and 1903 Coach House will feature a selection of curated art and statement furniture pieces, while still keeping their historic existing exteriors. Mona Farm’s The Stables, The Cottage, The Old Stables and The Shearers Quarters will also receive a makeover in the next twelve months – watch this space.
Sure to impress art-lovers, the property’s art collection includes the likes of Marion Borgelt, Adam Cullen, Fiona Hall, Bill Henson, Isaac Julien, Janet Laurence, Guy Maestri, Anna Willi-Highfield, Sally Anderson and Frank Bauer. Mona Farm also boasts the most significant single collection of Peter Lundberg sculptures on one Australian property, making it a truly unique accommodation offering.
Adding to it all, there’s also award-winning gardens, a charming elm forest, bee hives, a picturesque lake and a spectacular function space. Available in its entirety for exclusive bookings or for couples’ stays, Mona Farm will also throw open its doors in the future for concerts, local artist open days and viewing tours.
To find out more about the new accommodation offering or to book, visit the Mona Farm website here.