Moyne Farm Little Hartley
Lithgow Regional Branch of the National Trust (NSW)
Moyne Farm was built by Irish convict John Grant 1820-22 – a rededication of the restored and heritage fenced 1826 cemetery and celebration with guest speaker Jacqueline Grant of the life of John Grant. View the outstanding restoration of the private homestead by owners the Di Falco family – the three-room Blakeley’s Red gum slab cottage intact inside the larger homestead building. Visit the cemetery, Music, craft & costumes.
There is 500 metres of farm road, rough but suitable for cars. There is onsite parking about 300 metres from the house and a further 400 metres on rough track to cemetery site (optional but 4WD assistance for less mobile). Wear sturdy shoes.
Contact: Celia on 63593109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $10 per person (children under 14 free accompanied by an adult) includes commemorative handout for those who have booked. Booking essential Trybooking.com ‘Moyne Farm’ www.trybooking.com/ZZBH
Gates open 10.00am proceedings commence 11am. Close 4pm