Enjoy a nature-based, rural holiday in Taminick nestled at the foot the Warby-Ovens National Park in Victoria’s North-East. Or become immersed in the historic legends and cultural heritage of nearby Glenrowan. This region is famous for world class wines and gourmet food, spectacular scenery and natural beauty also numerous State and National Parks.
Our visitors enjoy panoramic views of Mt. Buffalo from the garden, living room and spacious verandah. The three-acre property adjoins Warby State Park and is close to the Taminick and Glenrowan Wineries, also the Milawa Wine and Gourmet Region.
Three acres of this country property is a native garden designed and planted by the late Jill Rossiter, a local field naturalist, amateur botanist and bird observer. Many of the garden’s plants were propagated from seed collected by her on her travels to Western Australia.
Birdwatchers will be delighted with the garden and surrounds, home to a great variety of birds, including the various parrots (including Turquoise Parrots), robins, honeyeaters and many small bush birds that make up a garden list of around 100 species. A gate at the rear of the property opens to the Warby State Park which is connected to Warby-Ovens National Park.
The house is in a peaceful, rural setting, 230 km from Melbourne, 20 minutes drive to Wangaratta and 15 minutes drive to the historic town of Glenrowan where Ned Kelly made his last stand.