Slices of ‘Warbreccan’ history

Peter Austin
Updated December 17 2015 - 8:42am, first published April 3 2014 - 4:00am
FarmBuy Real Estate
Completed in 1922 to replace an earlier mud-brick homestead that had burned down, the stately “Warbreccan” homestead has been held by the Lindsay-Field family for just under a century.
Completed in 1922 to replace an earlier mud-brick homestead that had burned down, the stately “Warbreccan” homestead has been held by the Lindsay-Field family for just under a century.

WHEN the Tasmanian-born pastoralist H.A. Lindsay-Field moved from his then base at Hamilton, Victoria, in 1918 to buy Warbreccan Station at Deniliquin, his first priority was to build a home.

Peter Austin

Former editor and long time columnist and property writer for The Land.

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