Monthly Archives: July 2011

RECEPTION AREA The original fully restored, historic brick and noggin constructed cottage which has stood in this location since 1827. Part of the building is now used as our reception area. The buildings are in front of the modern New … Continue reading
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TRADITIONAL RESTORATION The original Publican’s license for the New Inn was held by Robert Potts between 1837 and 1839. The buildings were in disrepair which the current owners fully restored back to their original condition using traditional building techniques keeping … Continue reading
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SET ON HISTORIC SITE OF ORIGINAL INN The idea of building the New Inn Motel first came to Chris’s brother, Bill (deceased) back in 1993. With local and heritage architects and the help of the local council, the dream became … Continue reading
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TIZZANA WINERY Nestled in a valley on the Hawkesbury River, just over an hour from Sydney, National Trust listed Tizzana Winery is one of the Windsor district’s outstanding buildings (c1887). Located on the doorstep of Sydney and within easy reach … Continue reading
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RICHMOND GOOD FOOD MARKET Richmond Good Food Market is a place for local farmers and quality food producers to showcase their wares and interact with the community. Food grown and produced in and around the Hawkesbury region is some of … Continue reading
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HAWKESBURY PADDLEWHEELER   The paddlewheeler has been operating for many years from historic Windsor, which is located at the end of the Windsor Road just in the foot hills of the Blue Mountains on one of the oldest waterways in … Continue reading
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