Located in the Victorian alpine valleys this homestead is ideal for a luxury holiday for eight people. Enquire with your hosts about in-house catering, wine-tastings, & guided fly-fishing along the property’s river frontage.
Merrawarra Minor is an architect-designed Australian Modernist residence, located on a 2000 acre mixed-farming property in the Victorian alpine valleys. Designed in 1963 by Morrish, Nelson and Vaughn, it is perched high on a ridge above the confluence of the Ovens and Buffalo Rivers, taking in vistas along the lengths both alpine valleys, intersected by the granite bluffs of Mount Buffalo. No room is without a view. The house was built in 1963 and has been the family home of 2 Olympic brothers. The walls are covered in family photos and Olympic and World Championship memorabilia. The house has been recently restored and renovated, leaving nothing to be desired.
Guests have access to the entirety of Merrawarra Minor. Surrounded by hop fields, vineyards and paddocks of grazing cattle, Merrawarra Minor offers complete privacy.
Interaction with guests
We live on the property not too far from Merrawarra Minor, during guests' stay, we can have as much or as little interaction with as guests wish.
Other things to note
Inquire with your hosts about in-house catering, exclusive wine-tastings, and guided fly-fishing along the property's seven kilometres of untrammeled river frontage.
We invite guests to enjoy Merrawarra Minor with respect and honesty. Smoking is outside only. We do not allow pets to stay at the property.
We are farmers and have a couple of thousand acres of mixed farming here in the North East of Victoria, in Australia. Our land is at the junction of the Ovens and Buffalo Rivers in the Alpine Valley. The area is full of great bush walking, fishing, lots of local produce, wine tasting and other great activities. We'd love to see you here!