Windy Station Woolshed was built in 1901 by the Australian Agricultural Company which was formed under an act of British Parliament some 77 years earlier. An immense structure fabricated entirely of wood and corrugated iron, it is a majestic example of Federation Carpenter Architecture with a strong resemblance to the large Finger Wharves constructed in Sydney at the same time. A testament to an age when Australia really did ride on the sheep’s back.
On Saturday the 4th of March the Quirindi Committee of the Children’s Medical Research Institute is holding their “Fields of Gold” 50th Anniversary Ball at Windy Station Woolshed.
David Benn fine jewellery have donated a pair of our famous South Sea Pearl earrings for the event and I am really looking forward to attending on the night
If you would like to know more about this event or perhaps even attend a black tie ball in the iconic Windy Station Woolshed then click here for further details.
The haunting image of Windy Station Woolshed was taken by Michael Lucchese of Kaoz Media Photography.