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Goonoo Goonoo Station

  • Lizzy Lovett
  • Cuisine: Aussie
  • Theme:
  • 12th March 2017
  • Episode: 6
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Lizzy visits a sheep station that has been transformed into a stunning boutique property on the outskirts of Tamworth. This place ticks all the boxes for a perfect country weekend escape - there’s a beautiful homestead to stay at and a delicious restaurant to dine at. It’s a win-win!

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Glasshouse Restaurant

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Entries close on 16th March 2017


Glasshouse Restaurant

Open Wed – Sun

Dishes $18

Ph: 0429 384 297

13304 New England Hwy, Timbumburi NSW 2370

www.ggstation.com.au


Goonoo Goonoo Station

Boutique accommodation

Rooms from $245 (4 guests)

Ph:0429 384 297

13304 New England Hwy, Timbumburi NSW 2370

www.ggstation.com.au


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Region Mid-North Coast
Suburb Goonoo Goonoo
Address 13304 New England Hwy
City Goonoo Goonoo
Postcode 2340
Phone Ph: 0429 384 297
Price Dishes $18
Website www.ggstation.com.au
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Travelling around the city and throughout the length & breadth of the state, each episode investigates the best places to stay, eat and play so you can make the most of your weekend. 

After retiring from international cricket, Mike first appeared on Sydney Weekender back in 1994, and since then has loved every minute of it. 

Over the years, Mike has hosted Sydney Weekender from all over New South Wales; from Eden in the south, to Tibooburra in the far northwest of the state. 

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