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Currango HomesteadKosciuszko National Park, NSW

Frankly speaking, Currango Homestead is charming as f**k.

Nestled in amongst snowgums in Kosciuzko National Park, the homestead was built in 1895 and is part of a series of buildings that have been there since the 1830s.

Plenty of use of the snowgums is evident: some rooms are wall to floor timber, and there's an endearing white picket fence as you arrive that skirts the perimeter of the homestead, where kangaroos will likely bounce through at dusk and dawn.

Running on solar power and with no mobile phone signal, you can get that off-grid getaway here without going that far off-grid.

Time to CurranGO


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