Bright future steeped in history

The Grange’s story goes back nearly 200 years. Famous characters, hard work and Aussie ingenuity are built into its walls, work sheds and historic graveyard. It’s one of the few privately owned colonial homes listed by the NSW Office of State Heritage.

 

It’s about to be home of the best whisky in Australia too, the world even. We bet the Jones Family Farm on it.

The Grange

est. 1823

Home, Farm, & Distillery

The Grange (est. 1823) sits on the lush Macquarie Plains, amongst clear country air and fresh mountain water from the majestic Blue Mountains.

 

The historic estate has been visited by many famous characters over the years, including Charles Darwin and artist Brett Whiteley.

The Grange has been with the Jones family since 1972. As well as Australia’s finest spirits, we run a working sheep farm of
400 acres attached to the
Fish River.

Working Farm

We’re putting Bathurst on
the world map, by making
The Grange into an international destination for great
Whisky & Gin.

Next Chapter

The Grange has hosted famous characters such as Charles Darwin and Brett Whiteley. 
Rich in history, the area was named 'Bathurst' by New South Wales Governor Lachlan Macquarie, who ended the 1808 Rum Rebellion.

Famous characters

Made with local ingredients and aged in Bathurst’s famously fluctuating weather, Bathurst Grange Distillery makes flavours you can only find here.

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