Iandra Castle sits between Grenfell, Cowra & Young. It is a large homestead between the villages of Greenethorpe & Monteagle.
Young is the nearest major town to Iandra Castle, which is just 25 minutes north of Young. The Castle has a state heritage listing.
Built between 1908 and 1910 in the Federation Romanesque style by the pioneering engineer Edward Giles Stone. The homestead, with the surrounding agricultural property is a rare example in Australia of the manorial system, "the likes of which may not exist elsewhere in the state or nation".
The dwelling along with the surrounding stables, church and residences were listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register in 2005. The castle has frequent open days, usually around one per month. These normally occur around public holidays. Iandra Castle will also open for groups and coach tours on request.
Prices: $10 adults, $5 children (price only for Open Days)
Parking is onsite - drive in through the main gate, and you will be shown where to park.
For more information visit the website: http://iandracastle.com.au/