|When The Tops comes into its own|
|Secluded loft cabin|
the shortening of the days, the heat of the summer a memory, we now
look forward to Autumn and Winter with those beautiful sunny days and
cooler nights. May brings the opportunity of roaring log fires and
organic wine in the evenings keeping out the mountain chill, warming
not only the body but also the soul is something we all look forward to.
in the high country at this time of year is quite spectacular.
Misty mornings give way to days with bright blue skies making the eagles
more visible as they soar overhead, or sit at the end of a branch of a
dead tree surveying their territory. They are always on the look
out for a morsel to eat, then quite suddenly plummeting to earth with
lightening speed to catch their quarry. What a sight it is to see.
the heat taken out of the late afternoon wallabies and other native
creatures go about their business at a more reasonable hour for guests
is a magnificent time to enjoy the Barrington Tops not only walking in
the hills but horse riding allows one to take in the breathtaking views
at a more leisurley pace. Fishing in our own little bit of
paradise on the Dilgry River with the opportunity of landing some trout
which you can bring back and cook up a delicious meal. That is a
we hosted winners of a MasterChef competition, Tony and Liz just loved
Sharini's Sir Lankan curries and enjoyed all The Tops had to offer, lots
of tennis, and 4WD-ing over the property.
Tops is at the gateway to the World Heritage Barrington Tops where
waterfalls, great walks and fishing can be enjoyed.
June and July coming fast, so are the winter snows, with the
opportunity of building snowmen or just walking with that delightful
new for Wednesdays... John's organic wine talk and garden tour. Maximum
of 12 people and a gold coin donation to the National Parks, bookings