Built c1858 by Arthur Baird, a pioneer of the Dubbo district.
As a group, the complex of buildings illustrates a typical squatters station and the homestead, growing with the family, with such an extensive group of outbuildings, is a rare survival.
(The Commission is in the process of developing and/or upgrading official statements for places listed prior to 1991. The above data was mainly provided by the nominator and has not yet been revised by the Commission.)
A well proportioned symmetrical timber homestead of ten rooms.
Around it is an exceptional group of rude timber and other buildings consisting of a kitchen, station store and wash house, meathouse, saddle and harness room and a long building divided into a coach house, winter stables, a small grain store and open summer stables.
Set on a rise to the south-east is a two roomed random rubble schoolhouse.