Mona Farm is located in the heritage listed town of Braidwood. Due to its rich history, it was the first complete rural town in New South Wales to be added to the Heritage Register. Here, impressive colonial buildings stand amongst an eclectic and busy township.
Located within a 3 minute drive from Mona Farm, the town is home to over 14 cafes, a number of antique shops, country pubs and a 9 hole golf course. Braidwood is an artistic hub with many designers, artists, potters and ironworkers residing here. It has also been a popular film location (The Year My Voice Broke, Ned Kelly, On Our Selection filmed at Mona Farm), and is famously the location where Mick Jagger wrote Brown Sugar.
It is uniquely located halfway between Canberra and Bateman’s Bay, offering visitors easy access to both rural and coastal settings.
Visit the weekly farmers markets, explore the local artisan’s wares and experience country life.