Things to do locally

  • Bird & animal watch on 100 acres of Fosterton Retreat with the following walks- Bellbird, Lemon tree and Driveway to Dam walk
  • Swim in the Williams River at the Fosterton Bridge
  • Sit under the stars by the light of a fire in your fire pit.
  • Bring your bikes & cycle the Fosterton Loop
  • Walk to the Die Happy Creek.
  • Visit the historic town of Dungog
  • Explore the Barrington Tops National Park, only 35 minutes to the Jerusalem Creek falls, 45 to Blue Gum loop.

Pirate Max says: "Look at all the free things to do....."

  • See the artwork of Dungog by Design - an artisan collective with their own gallery/shop in town. Bronny has also done some murals in the area, at the pool and local school.
  • Walk a labyrinth or 3.

Other fun things to do.....

  • Visit the James Theatre in Dungog- the oldest purpose-built cinema still operating in Australia!
  • Buy bread from the famous biodynamic Fosterton Farm bakery on the main st Saturdays.

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The cabin is the ideal getaway and the view from the deck at sunset was amazing! -Annette

Really secluded, private and a great mini break. - Caitlin

Fosterton House



Perfect house for 3 families with kids. pool & spa were very child friendly with a ledge within the pool....perfect for young kiddies. - Monica


The natural and tranquil setting at Fosterton lends itself to moments of reflection on the verandah which surrounds the main house... Bronwyn & Max are generous hosts who share their knowledge and experience with those who are keen to explore. - Sande

Our dream


A place of connection, re-creation, restoration and transformation via nature, 

creativity and place. 

Max & Bronwyn acknowledge that our retreat is on sacred Worimi land once under the care of the Gringai and Biripi people. We recognize the care & connection they have with country and respectfully acknowledge their past, present & emerging leaders. 
Our role is both a privilege & responsibility to care for this land in a respectful way that gives credence to its origins and the inhabitants.