Murrumbateman - Fairley Estate
Fairley at Murrumbateman provides an opportunity to have a real work life balance, with the luxury of residential living in the country.
Offering a lifestyle in a village environment, with real community spirit, heritage and common amenities – all within close proximity to Canberra and Yass.
Fairley is named after William Fairley, a school teacher who taught in Murrumbateman from 1902-1909. William Fairley was responsible for planting the gardens and many trees around the school grounds. He inspired his students and taught them to nurture the environment they lived in. The former Murrumbateman School is adjacent to Fairley and is a place of historical importance for the community. Fairley is situated on an old cattle and sheep farm previously known as Murrumbateman Station, which over time became Hawthorn Station. Hawthorn was once home to the local blacksmith shop, inn, store and worker homes and was regarded as the centre of life until 1876, when the current village was built.
Fairley will also influence the development of a primary school, childcare centre, medical centre and upgrades to existing recreational facilities. Residents will be a part of a progressive and self-sufficient Murrumbateman, building new foundations for the future.
Location - Murrumbateman
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