Moffat Falls is a regenerative pastoral property in the New England Snowy’s. We have eco-tourism facilities for functions, fly-fishing and glamping. The property is riddled with wildlife belts, natural springs and several waterfalls. The World Heritage listed New England National Park and Cathedral Rocks National Park are right next door with beautiful bushwalking opportunities.
The Little Styx River Cabins and Yaraandoo Eco-Lodge are ideal accommodation options for bushwalking getaways or fly-fishing. These are right next to some of the best trout fishing waters in Australia. There are also a wide diversity of walks in the six neighbouring National Parks – New England National Park, Cathedral Rocks National Park, Guy Fawkes National Park, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Cunnawarra National Park and Dorrigo National Park.
The Ebor-Dorrigo plateau is globally renowned for its rainbow trout and fly-fishing waters. Let our experienced guides take you out for the day, exploring our private streams and providing unique admission to some of the best spots, otherwise inaccessible. Guided fly-fishing is available for both novice enthusiasts and experienced anglers; all equipment is supplied.
At Moffat Falls we are dedicated to regenerating our landscapes and communities. We hope to encourage and support others who are interested in learning regenerative principles. Regenerative agriculture has emerged as an umbrella term for any agricultural activity that restores and enhances holistic, resilient living systems. Whilst sustainable systems must maintain productivity, regenerative systems go a step further in restoring what has been lost and improving what is currently there.
Carbon farming frames our approach to regeneration at Moffat Falls, through holistic management we utilise our grazing animals as a carbon sink. There are many accommodation options available on the property to experience our carbon drawdown first-hand.