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The beautifully 1860s heritage-listed beautifully restored Oakabella Homestead together with its original unique barn and restored shearing shed sits on 1,000 acres of lush farmland only 30 kilometres north of Geraldton and exudes historical charm.
Built in 1860, the site includes a 13-room homestead, cookhouse, barn, shearing shed, stables and blacksmith's workshop.
The museum on the property has an impressive display of relics found onsite including a mid-1800s bottle collection, Indigenous artefacts and historic farm utensils.
You can join a tour of the homestead and mini museum of farm equipment for an insight into life in the late 1800s. Stop in at the café for some light refreshments or simply stroll through the shearing shed and stables, along the creek and past the scenic gorge and waterfall.
Location: Starling Road, Oakabella WA 6532