Ironbark House, Dimbulah
Ironbark House situated on a ridgeline gazing out across the wilderness over Mount Mulligan Station offers complete seclusion and tranquillity allowing you to immerse yourself in the natural environment.
This unique, totally off-grid 1345 acre property which has its own stand-alone solar power and harvests all its own water, is located on the outskirts of the Atherton Tablelands in the farming district of Dimbulah on route to Mt Mulligan and Chillagoe.
Just constructed, Ironbark House has two large bedrooms both with spacious ensuites, separated by a welcoming kitchen/dining/living area with a generous verandah looking over the most amazing vista for luxurious al-fresco dining and entertaining.
The house can accommodate up to 6 guests in the existing bedding but is ideal for one or two couples.
This completely private 1345 acre working cattle property is a mix of wildlife habitat, with a healthy bird population of over 110 different species found on the property, as well as its own colony of rock wallabies, wallaroos, eastern grey kangaroos, wedge-tailed eagles, brolgas, re-shouldered parrots and black swans.
A network of trails cover the entire property accessible by a variety of means 4X4, horseback, mountain bike or of course by walking. There are 6 dams on the property, the two largest are a hive of activity with numerous water birds including the cotton pigmy goose. If you’re feeling fit climb to the top of Ironbark Hill for stunning 360 degree views.
Ride The Outback: Boutique horse riding experience for a maximum of 2 guests per ride are the perfect mobile wildlife viewing vehicle and can be tailored to meet your wants and ability. Rides vary from 1 to 3 hours.
Private On Property Walks and Tours: These can be arranged with a guide of 20 years’ experience ranging from early morning birding, to night spot-lighting, rock wallaby haunts and mountain hikes or farm tours.