A country holiday with all the modern comforts, the two bedroom Lake View Farm House is a separate dwelling on the ing Noordewier "North of the Weir" Farm.
The self-contained house is the perfect place to stop overnight between Melbourne and Sydney, or stay a little longer and enjoy some rest and relaxation.
Only minutes from Albury, guests will wake to views across rolling hills, Lake Hume and more than a few farm animals.
For those looking for a little more adventure, bring the boats and ski (plenty of parking room) and access the water at the Bowna boat ramp, located two kilometres from the Farm House.
The Jindera Pioneer Museum is contained within a remarkable old store and home that belonged to the pioneering Wagner family. The 'store' is stocked with authentic goods of the 19th century, while the living area at the rear is furnished in its original style. Wagner's store operated into the 1950s and after it closed, a decision was taken to create the museum. All items were donated by local pioneering families. Sir Russell Drysdale declared the Jindera Museum open in 1968.
The Jindera Pioneer Museum consists of the store and house, two large galleries, authentically furnished slab hut and wattle daub cottage, a remarkable collection of farm implements and equipment and an 1872 era blacksmith shop, all set in two hectares of grounds.
Afternoon teas (Devonshire) available weekends, afternoons, or by special arrangement anytime.
Viewing time is 60 to 90 minutes....
For all your needs in one place, stop at the Jindera Newsagency and Takeaway Cafe. Open seven days the cafe stocks a delicious range of homemade meals, hamburgers, fish and chips and coffees.
Stop in and enjoy a meal or take it away and enjoy in one of Jindera's many delightful parks....
The township of Jindera was officially gazetted in 1869, on land from Dight's Forest. Initially, the township consisted of a post office, general store, blacksmith, wheelwright, home nursing hospital, four hotels, two schools, butcher, baker and even a racetrack.
Today, Jindera pays homage to its roots through the award winning Jindera Pioneer Museum, where you can wander through the original Wagner's Store, see early farm machinery and even a blacksmiths forge.
Visit Jindera and taste one of Jindera Bakery's famous pies, drop into the Hotel for a cold drink or have a swing at the Jindera Golf Course. Or shop up a storm at the monthly Jindera Country Markets. In October the streets of Jindera are flooded with soft top vehicles at the annual 'Pop the Top' soft top festival. ...
The 20th annual Morgan Country Car Club Swap Meet is being held on the Jindera Recreation Ground. There are over 200 sites available for people to sell their wares, whether it be car parts, collectables, jewellery, books, household items and much more.
The Show N Shine attracts a large number of cars looking to take prizes and trophies on offer.
With over 1,500 people making their way through the gates it's a great day out. ...
You will find a little bit of everything at Out of the Attic. From furniture to kids clothes and every knick knack in between, you will find all kinds of treasures.
When you have finished your shopping stop for a coffee and cake in the La Vintage Coffee Shop beside the shop. Or if you are dragging the husband along sit him down with a coffee while you shop up a storm!
The township of Jindera will come alive as the town hosts the annual Community Garage Sale. There is sure to be something for everyone to find with bargains and treasures galore as over 80 Jindera homes open their garage doors to the public.
A huge amount of bargains in the one area, from wardrobes to fishing boats, old tools and antiques, furniture and books, clothes and toys.
Maps will be available from 8am at the Jindera School of Arts Hall.