Barambah Station is a landmark working cattle property of great heritage significance. The property consists of a homestead built in 1906 designed by Bundaberg Architect Faircloth and a series of farm outbuildings dating from the 1860s and 1880s. These outbuildings included a hayshed, coach house, bull pen/feed shed, dairy and garage/workshop.
The project was undertaken to provide new uses for the outbuildings as part of a working property and a refurbishment of the homestead adapting it for modern living.
AIA Heritage Commendation (QLD) 2009
AIA Gabriel Poole Award for Building of the Year 2009
National Trust of Silver Queensland Heritage Council Award 2009
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