This is Conmurra
This is Conmurra

The view from the Conmurra Homestead garden

The Mountain View Cabin, not far from the Homestead
The Mountain View Cabin, not far from the Homestead

The Conmurra Homestead
The Conmurra Homestead

This is Conmurra
This is Conmurra

The view from the Conmurra Homestead garden

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WELCOME TO CONMURRA

Nestled in the mountains at Walang, not far from Bathurst, NSW,
 Conmurra is a little piece of A
ustralian wilderness. 

Conmurra is 67 hectares  (167 acres) of natural woodland and forest, full of Australian wildlife including wombats, wallabies, kangaroos, possums, gliders, goannas, and many beautiful birds.

As Airbnb Superhosts, we offer self-contained accommodation amongst the gum trees. You can use Conmurra as a base to explore what the Bathurst region has to offer. Bring your walking shoes or a mountain bike and get outside into nature, or simply relax and take time to reconnect with nature.

Breaking News!

Conmurra has now become an official wildlife sanctuary! We received approvals in Janaury 2020 to create enclosures to provide safe homes for endangered Australian animals. In September 2020, the first animals arrived - Rufous Bettongs, Southern Brown Bandicoots, Long-nose Potoroos and Parma Wallabies can now be seen in the protected woodland environment. You can find out more about this exciting project here

If you would like to learn more about helping us create this new sanctuary for endangered animals including opportunities to volunteer, click here

To find out more about our Airbnb accommodation options, click here.

Airbnb Accommodation
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The Mountain View Cabin or Homestead Guest House has all you need for a relaxing stay, or as a place to explore the surrounds like Jenolan Caves, Mayfield Gardens, Mount Panorama and more. 

 

Reconnect with nature
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 Conmurra has over 4 kilometres of tracks and trails,  secluded lookouts and places to chill right at the front door. Take the time to emerse yourself in nature, watch the wallabies and birds, or sit down, read a book and just relax.