Farms 'Bolo' and 'Millawa'
Spanning over 7700 acres (approx. 3100 hectares) in central NSW, “Bolo” is an organically-run farming enterprise consisting primarily of sheep farming and the cultivation of a variety of grains. Landmarks on the farm include the farm chapel “Christ the King”, the Goobothery Hills traversing the property and the central peak, Mt Bolo, standing at 333 m tall.
The farm “Millawa” is a conventional farm centred around the Lachlan River at its most Northern geographical peak. High-density cereal farming takes place on over 100 ha. of irrigated flatlands supplied by the 6 km boundary shared with the picturesque Lachlan River.