Built to traditional European style by a Byron Shire local architecture ‘The Barn’ features beautiful recycled exposed timbers. The large featured beams in the luxurious open plan lounge and dining area were sourced from an old Bryant and May match stick factory. The sealed brick floor is a beautiful feature following in the traditional European style. The Barn’s doors fully open to allow and invite the open space and sounds of nature within.

A self catering kitchen, laundry and bathroom are all on the lower level which opens out onto a sunny paved area that includes relaxing outside dining and bbq. The romantic upstairs master bedroom features a lush elegant four poster bed,  pitched timber ceiling and polished timber floors.

The second detached bedroom is a solid brick rendered building  with undercover access. A comfortable, light and airy bedroom with queen sized timber sleigh bed and antique wardrobe that opens out onto the outdoor dining and sunny paved area.

The Barn is situated upon Willeroo, 100 acres of pristine Byron Shire hinterland beauty.  The property fronts onto the Wilson River and contains a freshwater creek and natural spring. The owners have put many years of hard work into native tree and rainforest regeneration.  Many native animals live within and around the property and we ask that all visitors respect all flora and fauna at Willeroo along with the privacy of the owners and their residence. Willeroo is a working farm, and home to a happy heard of cows and cheeky chickens.

A 5 minute drive away is the quaint village of Federal, once known as Jasper. Here you will find the Federal general store & bottle shop and the Doma Japanese Cafe. More info here

The township of Bangalow is a picturesque 10 minute drive and features boutique shops,  galleries, restaurants, cafes, post office, bottle shop, chemist, supermarket, butcher and bakery. More info here

You will find a local art and craft market on every weekend as well as local produce farmers that run in various location during the week. Farmers Markets and Weekly Markets

A 20 minute drive will bring you to Byron Bay and surrounding beaches. Byron Bay has so many things on offer it speaks for itself. More info here

15 to 20 minutes away is the alternate & happening town of Mullumbimby, home of the Mullum Music Festival. Along your drive into Mullumbimby you will also find the popular tourist attraction, the Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens. More info here