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Welcome to Lilywoodfarm


Lilywoodfarm is the home of the iconic Hunter Valley Stone House and Thulanathi Conservation & Health.


This private estate is a remarkable, Australian destination located in the Hunter Valley, Australia's premier wine producing region.


It is strategically located to service markets in the rapid growing Sydney-Hunter-Newcastle region, the biggest economy in Australasia.


Nestled on 5 parklike acres in Pokolbin, the property has structures from recycled stone and solid timber slab, stunning mature gardens which blend harmoniously with age old majestic cabbage gums, iron bark and casaurinas attracting birds and wild life.


The many cosy nooks, lagoon style dam and Oakey Creek set the scene for investors to visit, stay and discover the potential this region has to offer.


Visitors enjoy opportunities to rest,explore and reconnect. The location in the heart of wine country enables visitors to enjoy the Hunter Valley region for business and fun.


The inspiring destinations of Sydney, Port Stephens, East Coast beaches, world heritage listed Barrington Tops Rain Forest and the big lakes are within reach.


Thulanathi offers a private escape for two. Accommodation is available in a characterful stone-and-timber villa. Experience the difference: www.airbnb.com/rooms/18621447




For updates on the Hunter Valley Stone House, follow www.facebook.com/the HVSH


  • National health reform finalised

    August 02, 2011

    The  Federal Government today signed off on the final details of national health reforms with all States and Territories to secure the future of health in Australia.


    The historic agreement aims to deliver important funding for public hospitals, accountability, efficiencies and less waiting for patients.


    The Australian Government will invest an ext

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    Q Healthcare invests

    July 01, 2011

    Our staff have been involved in a variety of projects since we first started with the development, marketing and management of pharmaceuticals in 1990.


    All these years we stayed true to what we do best: review, plan, implement, review, innovate, implement, review.... and succeed.


    We invest daily to improve our people's skills, communication and physical en

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