Julian von Bibra of
Beaufront
Est. 1833

Lying between Tasmania’s Eastern Tiers and Great Western Tiers is one of Australia’s 15 national biodiversity hotspots – the woodlands and grassy lowland plains of the Tasmanian Midlands.

A rich farming region dotted with convict-era farmhouses, and interspersed with a patchwork of woodlands and grasslands, the area is home to the historically significant Beaufront. Built on rising ground and surrounded by perfectly kept lawns and gardens, Beaufront faces west across the fertile banks of the Macquarie River.

A stone in the cellar of Beaufront bears the following inscription: Dennis & John Bacon, Stonemasons 1837.

The current farming family have been operating for 100 years at Beaufront and are known as leaders in the grazing and wool industries.

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