This Event Is
One of the earliest land grants in the Campbelltown area, Beulah features a magnificent 50 hectare stand of the endangered Cumberland Plan Woodland and shale forest ecosystem. At the end of a long gravel drive sits a ruined colonial bungalow (c1831) and timber outbuildings - the remnants of a pioneering farm estate from the earliest days of settlement outside Sydney.
Join owners and experts to tour this heritage property rarely opened to the public.
Access to the site will be by shuttle bus from Appin. Meeting point advised once booking is confirmed
There are no toilet facilities available at the site. The nearest facilities are located at the bus pick-up point in Appin.
There will be no food or drink available for purchase at the site. There are a number of food choices available in Appin.
Conditions of entry:
- Many areas are overgrown and the ground is uneven. It is essential that sturdy, closed-in shoes and long trousers are worn. Otherwise, access may not be permitted.
- A moderate level of fitness is recommended to be able to navigate the site.
- This site is not pram friendly. All children must be under constant parental supervision – there is an unfenced dam and creek on the site.
- Please be aware there are snakes, wasps, hornets and bull ants at the site. If you have any allergies please ensure you have the appropriate medication with you.
- There is no shelter at the site. Please bring appropriate sun protection, and ensure you have your own water.