Borambola Wines in Australian Traveller Mag

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Borambola Wines is excited to be recently featured in Australian Traveller, in a story called ‘Riverina Rising’.

"The Borambola Homestead is said to have hosted Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) in 1920, and was subsequently home to a famous fancier turned horse breeder whose mount, Hiraji, won the Melbourne Cup in 1947. Prior to this, the property's original homestead *(a bit further down the hill) was the scene of a shoot-out involving the notorious Irish-born Australian bushranger Captain Moonlite (Andre George Scott), and Tim says the wall s of the old homestead still have the bullet marks to prove it."

Cristy Houghton