Welcome to Millpond Farm.

Australia's Millpond Farm is located at Jembaicumbene, 10kms south of the New South Wales Southern Tablelands village of Braidwood. The property has a rich colonial history, and over the past two centuries has produced prize winning wheat, sheep & cattle. Gold was discovered at Jembaicumbene in 1851 and a variety of important historic gold mining sites and 19th century buildings survive  within our spectacular natural wetland in the middle Jembaicumbene valley.

Visitors are welcome for our advertised special events and by appointment.

We restore, buy & sell, auction and value antique carriages, veteran and vintage cars and  Australian & European antiques,  and conduct carriage driving & furniture restoration courses. Our valuations service includes an Online Appraisal service for antiques and collectors' items of all types. Our events program features several annual sales of carriages, antiques and collectables around Australia and many items will eventually be shown by appointment in our 19th century wagon barn and the magnificent 1859  flour mill, which is currently under restoration.

Our grazing property supports our young herd of fine Alpacas, the wool from which is being used to develop a variety of high quality textiles, and we run Angora goats, Suffolk sheep and keep bees. Always a productive site, Millpond Farm is intended to eventually be self sufficient and will produce numerous natural and organic products for sale through our store. You can keep up with our daily progress by clicking on our Facebook link, or the News link, in the navigation bar at the left.

For enquiries please telephone (Australia) 0438 126 987 or  email antony.davies@millpond.com.au.   If you like our site, we recommend that you visit our friends at www.longbarn.com.au located at historic Tidmarsh in nearby Braidwood.
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Millpond Farm 2009
Information on this website is copyrighted
Millpond Farm 2009/2014
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