This Majestic Cedar Barn is a Family’s Multipurpose Space

It was a childhood memory that inspired Scott to build a barn.

“My father had a cedar shed when I was younger. I was looking to create something similar that suited the property.”

 

That’s when Scott came across Cedarspan™ 

“I was searching a few sites on the internet. It was convenient that we didn’t have to build from scratch.”

 

Prefab Cedarspan™ Loft Barn 30H40 installed to lock-up stage

 

30H40 with cedar upgrade, cedar French doors and windows, and barn-style double doors

On an acre of land, a short distance from the home, this traditional barn provides a family with valuable space.

“It’s a workshop, music and storage area, and garden shed.”

 

How’s that for multipurpose?

Scott customised the design with loft balustrades and ladder

Making the move from Sydney, Scott and his family relocated to the Southern Highlands a few years ago.

These days, he and his wife are giving their teenage kids a taste of the simpler life with a focus on family.

 

“I feel pleased to be able to offer that to them. It’s been a worthwhile move for us.”

 

When asked what his favourite moment from the barn has been so far, the answer is simple.

 

“It’s the kids playing their instruments and our family standing around listening to them.”

 

Form meets function: A traditional barn and a multifunctional space

And while it’s a space the whole family enjoys, it’s become somewhat of a man cave.

“I get teased a little bit. It’s always claimed that I have all these things in the barn, yet I try and make sure everything is neat in the house.”

 

A mechanic by trade, Scott enjoys having a workshop on his rural property.

“I always love being in it, I guess. I love the ability to go somewhere and spend some time that isn’t so structured.”

“I don’t need to go in there with a plan, but I can come out with feeling like I’ve achieved something.”

 

Cedarspan™ 30H40 with cedar upgrade and Colorbond roof in Woodland Grey

For those who visit, the reaction is almost always the same.

“The common feedback is ‘oh, love that!’”

“They tend to enjoy what it looks like from the outside looking in. Sometimes, if people do end up coming in, it’s got the split level in there, and they see it as practical.”

 

As this traditional barn meets both form and function, its owner would happily do it all again.

“Ours has been fantastic.”

“I would be happy to use Cedarspan™ again should we buy another place and need to do that.”

 

Dreaming of your own rural getaway or barn?

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a Cedarspan™  building to your property.

We’re a third-generation family business and have been building cabins, barns & cottages across Australia for over 40 years.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

Two Cedarspan Cabins, a Red Door and One Spectacular View

Here on this Southern Highlands property, a red door joins two Cedarspan™ cabins.

Nordic inspiration sets the scene where classic charm meets minimalism.

Nordic inspiration: Two Cedarspan™ cabins joined by an annex

 

It was 1996 when the first cabin was built, inspiring its new owners to replicate it.

“We moved here nine years ago, and it was always here.”

“We thought it’s easy to add on another section. We wanted to copy that and add it on here,” Maren explained.

 

Built to last: The original Cedarspan™ cabin was installed in 1996

Maren and her husband, David, then began the process of bringing their vision to reality.

“When they first put up the bottom part, that was so exciting. We were running around thinking it’s so big, and the next day it was finished.”

 

For the barn’s exterior, Maren found an unusual source of inspiration.

“I had the horse paddocks with post and rail fences redone, so I used this black paint called ‘StudX’. I was obsessed with it, and then everything was painted black.”

“This paint goes into the wood. You still see the grain, so it is a strong stain, and it lasts for a very long time.”

 

Maren and David extended their deck area for the ultimate pool house experience

Rustic Luxury: An outdoor shower with a view

 

Step inside, and it’s all about the view.

“I saw it in a magazine, and I thought I love that.”

“It makes the room. It’s beautiful. We absolutely love it.”

 

What a view! The bay window was added by Maren and David

The bay window isn’t the only feature that gives the room a wow factor.

Maren painted the Cedarspan™ steel trusses black, enhancing the high-pitched ceiling’s striking appearance.

“I thought it is more interesting to look at rather than a flat surface.”

 

Six years on, Maren shares fond memories of having the new Cedarspan™ installed.

 

The Cedarspan™ 20C40 cabin with cedar upgrade and Colorbond roof in Woodland Grey

“It was very easy. We ordered it, they gave us a date, and they built it in the time frame.”

 

While insulation to the roof and all walls are standard features of all Cedarspan™ structures, Maren opted to make it cosier.

“We put in insulation from underneath, and it made a huge difference.”

“It’s comfortable, and it’s always a good temperature in here.”

Maren has added a wood heater in her Cedarspan™ cabin, creating a cosy loungeroom

Maren credits her mother for the idea to join the two Cedarspan™ cabins with an annex.

“My mother is living in Germany. She’s been here a few times, and she loves it.”

 

In keeping with the Nordic theme, she has combined simplicity with comfort.

“I never wanted too much stuff to clutter it.”

“Everyone who stays here loves it.”

 

For the kitchen, she paired neutral colours with a distinctive splashback.

“I wanted that green Scandinavian theme.”

 

Maren’s Nordic-inspired kitchen with a green Scandinavian theme

Joined by an annex: where the two Cedarspan™ cabins meet

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Maren has truly settled into country life. 

“My daughter is in Sydney. I go quite a bit to see her.”

“Do I miss it? Do I want to live there? Probably not!”

 

Dreaming of your own rural getaway?

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a Cedarspan™ building to your property.

As a 3rd-generation family business, we’ve been building cabins, barns & cottages across Australia for over 40 years.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

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A Warm and Cosy Home, a Daughter’s Gift to Her Mother

One in seven Australians is over 65.

And as our population ages, more and more families are caring for their parents.

“Having your independence and having community nearby is part of your humanity. It’s what builds our confidence and what makes you feel capable and needed.”

 

When Emma needed a comfortable and safe home for her 87-year-old mother, Elma, she chose a Cedarspan™ cottage.

“She had spent years with us taking care of her, and she felt ready to live a bit more independently again but wasn’t ready to stray too far away from us.”

Classic charm, the Cedarspan™ cottage looks right at home in the Southern Highlands

 

When the family moved from Victoria to the Southern Highlands, they bought an acre of land, intending to build a cottage close to the main house.

“We are in a weatherboard cottage; it’s about 100 years old. We wanted something that was a natural echo of that.”

 

Emma chose a 30C50 with cedar upgrade and an additional verandah along the length.

“All the people I dealt with, and any flexibility I wanted with it, there was always an openness for discussion. They were fantastic.”

“We added the stairs, and we put the verandah on the front in a way that we could then potentially add a ramp for mum if we do get to that stage.”

 

The customisable Cedarspan™ has given the family flexibility to add a ramp for improved access

The cottage has been renovated to suit Elma’s needs.

“She’s had a major stroke since then.”

“My brother did a lot of the fit-out for the kitchen and laundry to her specifications.”

“It’s an adjustable little design, and it amazes me how flexible it can continue to be.”

 

Emma’s brother completed the fit-out for the kitchen and laundry

 

Roof and wall insulation is a standard feature of all Cedarspan™ cabins.

“I put some good heating in as well, and because it’s so well insulated, it heats and cools so beautifully and easily for her.”

Emma has created a warm and comfortable home for her mother

Handcrafted and customisable, this classic Cedarspan™ cottage provided a straightforward and convenient process for the family.

“Cedarspan™ had a lot of options. The fact that you can change dimensions and measurements, those things worked well.”

“The price point was pretty fantastic for what you get in the end. It’s an enormous amount of work.”

“Very, very quickly up pops up this gorgeous little home.”

 

The foundation: Our Cedarspan™ Engineered GRID Pier Floor System results in extra stability

Quick assembly, saving you from lengthy, messy, and noisy construction

Once installed to lock-up stage, Emma chose to complement the character and charm of the Southern Highlands area and the main house.

Cedarspan™ 30C50 with cedar upgrade, measures 5.6m x 9m

“We wanted something fairly neutral, so we went with dark charcoal that would blend into the landscape a bit more.”

“We didn’t want to go into contemporary, new-age designs.”

“It looks quite natural and beautiful in the setting.”

 

Dreaming of your own rural getaway?

 

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a Cedarspan™ building to your property.

As a 3rd-generation family business, we’ve been building cabins, barns & cottages across Australia for over 40 years.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

More pics? Join us on Instagram: @cedarspan

Cedarspan Barn Endures Black Summer Bushfires

145km from Sydney, on an isolated 100-acre property, stands a Cedarspan cabin.

Robust, resilient, and unscathed.

It endured one of the worst bushfire seasons in Australia’s history, known as Black Summer.

Simon, the barn’s previous owner, tells of its incredible survival.

“Waiting with bated breath,” he asked, ‘have I got a cabin still?’

It was standing there on its own.”

 

The aftermath: The Cedarspan barn stands strong after the devastating bushfires of January 2020

 

When the devastating Morton bushfire swept through the Southern Highlands, Simon was up North with family helping clear land for harvest.

“Watching the RFS fire website, watching where the fires were moving, I couldn’t leave, so it was a bit hopeless just watching this on the app on the phone.”

 

Realising how destructive the fires were, Simon called on his friends who drove from Wollongong to remove essentials and valuables from his cabin.

“Anything that was explosive or flammable, petrol, diesel, gas containers, lubricants, grease, we actually loaded up the bunker.”

 

Simon’s bunker was loaded up with flammables in preparation for the bushfires

 

On January 4, 2020, at 7:25 pm, the security camera on his property captured the moment the destruction erupted.

“The embers were starting to come through on the camera, and the motion of it was actually triggering the camera, and that went for about over an hour.”

 

Simon recounts the eerie feeling of watching the surveillance footage for the first time.

“It would have been 6 minutes when it did hit. It just burnt so hot and hard that it just went straight through in that time. It burnt everything in that instant.”

 

Pictures from a surveillance camera on Simon’s property

 

When Simon did return, he was amazed.

“Chest out shoulders back, telling the world have you got something better than that?”

 

In the aftermath, the area was patrolled by workers from Forestry, RFS, and National Parks.

“Some have come in on my bunker and scribbled onto the soot.

They scribbled ‘lucky’ onto the door of my bunker.”

 

‘Lucky’ scribbled onto the soot on the door of Simon’s bunker

 

But some weren’t so fortunate.

“There was a neighbour 600 metres to my east, and it was brick, older style brick, sandstone, and he lost that. It burnt to the ground.”

 

Simon’s tractor after the bushfire

 

When asked what could have possibly saved a timber barn from a raging fire?

“By putting *CEDARSHIELD™ on, it seals it,” Simon explained.

“I had only just put two coats on the southern side, so the fire side two weeks before I went north.

You can rub your hand up and down the timber, no splinters whatsoever. It’s just more of that glazed feel on it, so you know you are also reducing the flammable property of the timber.”

“I suppose if I hadn’t put in a bunker, hadn’t cleared it, hadn’t put *CEDARSHIELD™ on, and hadn’t prepared, I perhaps would have been lucky, but I’ve done all those things.”

 

One year on from the bushfires, the area is beginning to thrive.

“The southern highlands is probably greener and brighter than it’s been before.

A lot of the big trees are still in shock, and they’re shooting out a limb.”

 

‘The Hills Barn’ (Loft 30H40) with cedar cladding, measures 7.2m x 5.6m. Picture courtesy of Hindmarsh + Walsh Property

 

For five years, the barn was Simon’s getaway and a place for family and friends to enjoy camping, mountain biking, kayaking, and bushwalking.

To this day, Simon’s favourite memory from the cabin is the day it was installed.

“When the boys were putting the cabin up, I went up there I missed them on the first day.

When the walls were put up, I just realised the size of it.

It was perhaps beyond my expectations, and it’s a solid piece of kit.”

 

Day 2: The Cedarspan crew working through the night to complete installing ‘The Hills Barn’

 

Simon’s property borders both a national park and a forest, the only access for the Cedarspan crew was 50 minutes of 4-wheel driving through fire trails, with no mobile reception.

“I know how hard it is to get in and get out. They didn’t even comment on that. They just did it. Put the cabin up.”

 

The Cedarspan arrives, ready to be transported through tough terrain

 

Once installed to lock-up stage, Simon made it his own.

“I like the contrast the standout. The red door for me it was a standout. When you see it, it’s a beacon looking back through the bush.”

 

One year on from the bushfires. Picture courtesy of Hindmarsh + Walsh Property

 

Now, Simon is in the process of looking at another Cedarspan barn for his new property.

“I’ve already been in touch and sounded out some ideas and enquired about product turnaround times which are way ahead of many other companies.”

 

*Disclaimer: The views represented in this article regarding CEDARSHIELD™ are based on the experience of the customer.

CEDARSHIELD™ has not been scientifically tested as a fire retardant and, as such, should not be relied upon in the event of a bushfire.

We encourage all residents in bushfire-prone areas to heed warnings and follow the safety advice of authorities.

Dreaming of your own rural getaway?

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a Cedarspan building to your property.

We’re a third-generation family business and have been building cabins, barns & cottages across Australia for over 40 years.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

Experience Oberon – and stay in a 5 Star Cedarspan Alpine Chalet!

If you’re looking for a weekend getaway just a short road trip from Sydney, you can’t go past Oberon.

Write a bucket list, pack the car and escape the city for a few days of relaxation. 

From Jenolan Caves to the stunning Mayfield Gardens, there are plenty of attractions to explore while you’re in the area, and top-rated local dining options to get your breakfast, lunch or dinner.  

Now, you can also stay in a classic Cedarspan cabin as you enjoy all that Oberon has to offer!

Scroll down to see the beautiful Alpine Chalet that our clients have created with their Cedarspan loft cabin. 

“Lake Oberon Estate is arguably the best location in Oberon & the perfect destination to simply escape from the city to the mountains for a relaxing weekend with family and friends.

Our 5 Star spacious Alpine Chalets are fully appointed with many luxuries to make your stay a memorable country experience on over 120 acres with some of the most amazing views and direct access to Lake Oberon.”

 

Images via Lake Oberon Estate on Airbnb

 

 

 

Lounge & Dining in Cedarspan Loft Cabin on Airbnb

The loft + high pitched ceilings of the cabin create a cozy, welcoming atmosphere

 

Cedarspan Cabin Airbnb

Spacious & well-furnished, for a relaxing stay

 

The Chalet was created using a Cedarspan 40H70 Cabin with two lofts.

 

Cedarspan Airbnb floorplan

With so much space, the beautiful chalet is perfect for a relaxing weekend away.

 

 

 

 

The chalet can accommodate up to 6 guests in its 3 bedrooms.

 

The full kitchen means you can prepare your own meals during your stay

 

The chalet also boasts a well-equipped, spacious laundry

 

Plenty of dining areas for relaxing over a great meal

 

Enjoy the breathtaking views during the day, or sit under the stars at night around a cozy campfire

 

Outdoor bar + bbq area for summer nights

 

These stunning photos have us all wishing we could stay a night here, and adding Oberon to our bucketlists!

Now, more than ever, it’s important to support our local tourism industry if we can (and as government regulations permit). 

Click here to see this property or book your stay on Airbnb.

Find out more about Lake Oberon Estate at lakeoberonestate.com.au

 

Feeling inspired?

If you’re thinking about creating your own Airbnb with a prefab Cedarspan cabin, we’re here and ready to make it as easy as possible for you.

CEDARSPAN™ buildings are pre-made in our western Sydney factory to lock-up stage (externally complete) and then assembled onsite in just few days. 

It really is the quickest & easiest way to build on any rural property and has been proven time & time again since we started in 1976.

We have installers we can recommend to make it even easier for you.

Click here to download our price list, which contains dimensions + pricing for the Cedarspan range. We’ll be in contact within a few days to answer any questions you may have.

Already downloaded the price list? Click here to schedule a phone call so we can help you further. 

 

When two rustic cabins become a forever home 😍

You’re looking at the forever home of a young Australian family. 😍

This classic rural home is made up of two Cedarspan Cabins, which we installed over 10 years ago.

The cabins feature cedar weatherboards, a classic pitched roof & a wide verandah – the perfect space to sit down & gaze out to the surrounding hill and pastures.

 

 

A charming ‘gingerbread house’

 Jackie, who shares the home with her husband and young children, calls it her gingerbread house, and loves the way the aged cedar gives the home so much character (and warmth!). ❤️

If they need more space in the future, Jackies family will be able to extend their cabins. Cedarspan’s modular building system means you can easily add more sections even 10/20 years after originally purchased, and they’ll blend right in. 

 

 

The Cabins 

The home is made up of two Cedarspan cabins; the 30C40 and 30C70.

The cabins measure approximately 5.6m x 7.2m, and 5.6 x 12m, providing over 100m2 internal area. 

Described as ‘deceptive in size’, the home includes a lounge room, dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large country-style kitchen.

Click here to download pricelist & view all available designs & sizes. 

 

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

 

Surrounded by acres of rolling hills and bucketloads of fresh air, it’s easy to see why Jackie’s family instantly fell in love with the property!

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

A charming courtyard separates the cabins and the matching cedar barn.

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

Farmhouse style kitchen, complete with ceilings soaring to 4.4m high.

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

Timber wall panelling has been used in place of traditional plaster, giving the cottage a homely feel.

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

The spacious master bedroom measures 3.6 x 5.4m, and features luxuriously high ceilings.

 

two charming cedar cabins, one forever home

Handcrafted cedar windows provide a glimpse out to the rolling hills of southern NSW.

 

Dreaming of your own rural getaway?

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a Cedarspan building to your property.

We’re a 3rd-generation family business, and have been building cabins, barns & cottages across Australia for over 40 years.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

 

More pics? Join us on Instagram: @cedarspan 

 

 

When two rustic cabins become a forever home

This charming rural home is made up of two Cedarspan Cabins, which we installed over 10 years ago.
The cabins feature cedar weatherboards, a classic pitched roof & a wide verandah – the perfect space to sit down & gaze out to the surrounding hill and pastures.
Continue reading to see more photos + hear what the homeowners have to say…

A holiday home built in under a week!

Approximately 6 hours’ drive north of Sydney, in a cozy little corner of New South Wales, you’ll find a fascinating place called Hanging Rock.

This picturesque town is exactly where one Sydney family chose to build their Holiday Home. (in under a week!)

  

 

The Holiday Home was a traditional Cedar Loft Cabin.

After being factory-constructed in panels, the cabin was driven to site and construction began.

Cedarspan’s prefab construction method means that large trucks and cranes are not required, and the piered floor system means no concrete slab is required.

Once the panels arrive onsite, it only takes one week for the entire building to be assembled. 

 

 

With Cedarspan’s Quick Installation, the Building was complete in under a week.

Click here to watch us build a cabin!

 

A beautiful outlook. This Cedarspan Loft Cottage in Hanging Rock, NSW was built in under a week.

A beautiful outlook. This Cedarspan Loft Cottage in Hanging Rock, NSW was built in under a week.

 

The large verandah creates the perfect space for a cuppa or two. 

A great escape from the hustle & bustle of city life.

 

The Holiday Home features premium Western Red Cedar Cladding, stained with Cedarshield and a Colorbond Roof in 'Woodland Grey'

The Holiday Home features premium Western Red Cedar Cladding, stained with Cedarshield and a Colorbond Roof in ‘Woodland Grey’

 

Pitched ceilings create the most beautiful atmosphere inside a home. 💕

You will notice there are no cross braces required inside,  making the room seem more spacious.

This special construction style is unique to Cedarspan, proving popular with Australians over the last 40+ years.

  

Inside, the walls are lined with EasyCraft wall lining - a quick and tidy alternative to traditional plasterboard.

Inside, the walls are lined with EasyCraft wall lining – a quick and tidy alternative to traditional plasterboard.

 

The view looking down from the Loft of a Cedarspan Holiday Kit Home in Hanging Rock, NSW

The view looking down from the Loft. Cedarspan Holiday Kit Home in Hanging Rock, NSW

 

By incorporating natural timbers, white walls and muted colours, the owners have turned this holiday home into a cozy, relaxing retreat.

Beautiful natural patterns of the wooden floor separate the kitchen area from the living area.

This flooring (available with all Cedarspan buildings) has been stained to protect against spills. A quick & easy DIY project.

 

The ownders have added corrugated steel siding to prevent animals and snakes from getting under the home. The piered floor that the home sits on means that no levelling or concrete slabs were required.

The owners have added corrugated steel siding to prevent animals and snakes from getting under the home. The piered floor that the home sits on means that no levelling or concrete slabs were required.

 

Photos courtesty of Ray White Tamworth. View the original listing here. 

 

 

Cedarspan is a 3rd-generation family business that have been building cabins across Australia for over 40 years.

We’d love to show you just how fast & easy it is to add a barn, cabin or cottage to your property.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway.

More pics? Come & say hi on Instagram: @cedarspan 

 

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Australian Family had their holiday home built in a week.

 

Exploring NSW: Things to see & do in Gerringong

The second exciting destination of our #explorensw series is the town of Gerringong.

Just 10 minutes from iconic Kiama on the south coast of NSW, Gerringong boasts gorgeous beaches, fine food and fun experiences to be had. 

We first came across this little gem of a town when we stumbled upon the @soulofgerringong Instagram account which paints a gorgeous picture of cozy weekends away: soft crushed linen, long starry nights and hot chocolate by a crackling fire.

Read on for our roundup of The Best things to See & Do in this charming seaside town.

 

1. EAT // Piles of Pancakes, Local Sweets & Good Coffee

A key ingredient to a good time is good food and that’s exactly what you’ll find in Gerringong.

 

The Blue Swimmer Restaurant

First stop is the Blue Swimmer Restaurant. Open from 7am every morning, this charming European Bistro by the Sea is the perfect spot to drop by for a relaxing brunch with ocean views.

(Kitchen closes at 3pm most days, so we’d suggest you make this right after your sleep in and before the day’s activities).

More stunning pics from The Blue Swimmer here and here

 

 The Blue Goose Cafe

If a quick bite and a good coffee is what you’re after,  The Blue Goose cafe is a must-visit.

This pretty little location boasts mouthwatering cakes and slices, all made in-house, as well as towering burgers and pancake stacks. (Holiday appetite activated!)

There’s also plenty of gluten-free options available (and they look amazing too!) 

 

2. EXPERIENCE // Hands-on Workshops at Buena Vista Farm 

An ‘old farmhouse by the sea’, Buena Vista Farm will take you back to your roots with hands-on classes taught right on the farm.

If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at sourdough baking, cheese making or fermenting, be sure to secure your spot before this popular activity sells out!

And for the coffee lovers, there’s a ‘Bean to Barista’ course which takes you through the whole process of harvesting, processing & roasting coffee beans. (You’ll also take home a small tree in a pot and a bag of roasted coffee. All snacks and a delicious farm lunch are included.)

For bookings visit buenavistafarm.com.au and definitely check out @buenavistafarm on Instagram to see Fiona’s inspiring updates from the farm.

 

 

 

3. EXPLORE // Saddleback Mountain & Werri Beach 

Rising to about 600m above sea level, Saddleback Mountain is a photographers dream.

You can drive up to the lookout, or if you’re keen for some cardio, follow one of the bushwalking paths up the mountain.

The views at the top will be worth it!

image via instagram @nbattishall

 

image via instagram @trinnny93

 

Werri Beach

Another must-visit whilst in Gerringong is the family-friendly Werri Beach.

The beach is 1.5km long, and great for paddling and surfing, with a lagoon & rockpool at one end for the kids.

The beach is also the access point for the Werri Beach to Kiama Coastal Walk, which is approximately 6km. Find out more about the walk here.

image via instagram @mmikibacksunday

image via instagram @___forthelove

 

4. RELAX // The Soul of Gerringong & Jerrymara Farm

At the end of each activity-filled day, sit back and relax with a glass of wine.

 

The Soul of Gerringong

The lounge area, outdoor seating and inground pool at Soul of Gerringong set the scene for perfect long summer nights, whilst the indoor fire makes a winter getaway look good too! 

soul of gerringong accomodation

Image via @soulofgerringong

soul of gerringong accomodation

Image via @soulofgerringong

soul of gerringong accomodation

Image via @soulofgerringong

Bookings can be made at www.soulofgerringong.com.au.

 More eye candy here: 

 

Jerry Mara Farm 

Another pretty accommodation option in Gerringong is the Jerry Mara Farm.

A secluded rural estate set on a large property, the farm boasts two spacious cottages with stunning interiors. Relaxing bedrooms feature private ensuites and inviting lounge areas will make you feel right at home.

Outdoors, guests can enjoy a vine-covered patio with outdoor seating, a large deck, fire pit with seating, tennis court and a gorgeous pool!

It’s easy to see why Jerry Mara farm was named as one of the best Airbnb’s by Urban List! 

Click here for more photos of this beautiful location.

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We love exploring rural NSW and all of the special treasures this beautiful state has to offer!

Join us at @cedarspan as we celebrate the Relaxing Rural Lifestyle.

 

Adding a Cedarspan barn, cottage or cabin to your own property is easy & fast.

Click here to download prices, or give us a call on 1300 635 966 to get your project underway!