Iandra Castle is a large homestead between the villages of Greenethorpe and Monteagle in the heart of NSW. The closet major town is Young, located approximately 20 minutes away. Grenfell is located 25 minutes away while Cowra is approximately 40 minutes drive.
Iandra Castle is only open to the public on designated days – which are publicised on their website. The castle generally holds open days on the Sunday of a long weekend. Iandra Castle will also open for groups and coach tours on request.
Iandra Castle was 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 dwelling along with the surrounding stables, church and residences were listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register in 2005.
This is one place you must put on your bucket list, this was the first building built using reinforced concrete back in 1908 the original owner from England Mr Greene died before the building was finished. The whole pace is filled with mystery and intrigue...Review by: bondibeach2015READ FULL REVIEW ON TRIPADVISOR
A beautiful day out. We got there just as it opened and left just as the crowds were pouring in. I feel it was a bit overpriced considering that you were given no information as to what you were actually looking at - unless you...Review by: KarenR6READ FULL REVIEW ON TRIPADVISOR
Iandra Castle is a great place to go for the day. Get a tour and purchase some local arts and crafts. The building is a step back in time being completed in 1911. You really get a feel for how people lived back then. Ensure...Review by: Netty2506READ FULL REVIEW ON TRIPADVISOR
This was a great day, the homestead is well worth the visit and everything in the homestead is a reflection of the home would have looked like. Main dining room and master bedroom are jaw dropping in appearance. The huge verandahs are simply stunning. The...Review by: Rebecca EREAD FULL REVIEW ON TRIPADVISOR
This was disappointing. The house and gardens are beautiful but the massive crowds and lack of information outweighed this. Guided tours would be harder to timetable than current method of a free-for-all but would greatly improve the experience.Review by: mette_johansen82READ FULL REVIEW ON TRIPADVISOR
- Coach Parking
- Family Friendly
- Picnic Area