You will find Borambola Homestead and Wines on the Sturt Highway, 25 kilometres east of Wagga Wagga in the Gundagai growing region of NSW. A majestic and gracious home dating back to the 1880s.
Borambola has a colourful history: it was built by George MacLeay, son of Alexander Macleay, the then Colonial Secretary who built Elizabeth Bay House in Sydney. It was host to King Edward VIII when, as Prince of Wales, he visited Australia in 1920.
Borambola reached its high point in the 1880s when it was the centre of a pastoral empire of about 2.5 million acres, owned by John Donnelly. Borambola then passed through several hands and was finally purchased by F.W. Hughes, a famous figure on the Australian financial scene. He used the property to breed horses, including Hiraji, the 1947 Melbourne Cup Winner. In 1992 Borambola became the McMullen family home.
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Borambola Homestead & Wines offers one of the most spectacular and beautiful country settings for any event. The versatility of the cellar door and garden provides the opportunity for an exceptional event experience, from a spectacular product launch, cocktail or dinner function or an unforgettable wedding. With its magnificent grounds and tranquil setting, incorporating a selection of options to customise your event, Borambola Homestead and Winery and its team of professional wedding and event coordinators can assist your every requirement to ensure your dream wedding, dinner or corporate function is everything you wish for – and more.
Phone: 0293100810 Mobile: 0404084657 Address: 1734 Sturt Highway, , NSW, 2650
Categories: Serviced Areas: Wagga Wagga, Riverina, NSW Capacity: 250 Services Provided: Wedding Venue, Reception, wedding planning