Moranghurk offers the unique experience

of a relaxed weekend in a delightful rural setting in one of Victoria’s premier wine and food producing areas.

Sitting gracefully amid 459 hectares of grazing and bush land, Moranghurk overlooks the Moorabool River. Dotted around the original timber homestead are buildings dating back to the 1840s. Of various designs and materials the buildings, all of which are listed with Heritage Victoria, add an element of intrigue and mystery to the property.

The bluestone listed Shearer’s Quarters built in 1920 has been restored to provide simple yet comfortable sleeping accommodation for up to 30 visitors. A central focal point within the building is the large kitchen with original wood-fired stove and wood-fired oven where “foodies” can cook up a feast or where those less ambitious can simply sit back and warm their toes.

The scenic location and comfortable, communal accommodation, where you can enjoy the freedom of the open spaces make Moranghurk an ideal location for family gatherings, food and wine weekends, cycling groups and pre-season bonding sessions for sporting teams along with specialist organisations such as gardeners, vignerons, farming and school groups.