They have three separate cabins that are within site of each other but a huge distance between, the closest I do believe was around 500m away. But the bonus of my stay was it was in winter, and it was on and off raining so no one was in the other two. Besides meeting Clint on the way in and a retiree worker on the way out I did not see one other person for the entire stay, no car lights no nothing. I occasionally heard a huge truck on the freeway echoed to me via the mountains.
I stayed in the cabin called Eucalypt, Blue Gum and Red Box are the other two.
Eucalypt is a 1-bedroom, off-grid cabin sitting atop a hill at the highest point of the farm, providing spectacular views over the property.
Running on solar power and tank water, Eucalypt is fitted with a gas heater, hot water, a kettle, toaster, stove, small fridge and BBQ. The bed is a top-quality Queen-sized Koala mattress and all linen was provided. The Koala lounge also folds out to a double bed-sized mattress, to accommodate additional guests.
Eucalypt has a fenced yard to keep their very friendly cows out, and your dog/s in, should you wish to bring them.
No cows when I was there – they were in a far away paddock, I did find them when I was leaving and had to stop to take some pics.