A personal project of graziers Jamie and Belinda Munsie, Faraway Domes is the most recent luxury accommodation for those wanting their own exclusive getaway. Set on the owners’ 3,600-hectare working beef and sheep property in the region of Warialda, in northwestern New South Wales, Faraway Domes offer guests first-class comfort with a minimal carbon footprint in a unique and private environment.
The Munsies have experienced the driest conditions in 100 years and knew they had to diversify their mixed farming business to safeguard the future of their family operation for generations to come.
“The dry conditions have taken a toll on the district, but this project has brought our family together at one of the toughest times in our history on the property. It’s also provided a good distraction from the dry conditions and given our family hope for the future,” said Belinda, co-owner of Faraway Domes.
Developed to attract more visitors to the region, between Moree and Glen Innes in the Northwest Slopes of NSW, and boost local tourism while preserving nature, Faraway Domes is an east-facing, self-contained private geodesic dome structure perfectly built for two. The structure is the first of its kind in New South Wales, featuring a luxurious king-sized, four-poster bed; open-plan living and kitchen area; private bathroom; and four-metre-high elevated deck with a private outdoor bath.
“We have such a beautiful region and we’re really excited to showcase this to visitors interested in
escaping to the country and connecting with nature,” said Belinda. “We hope to lure guests from all
over Australia and around the globe to experience a uniqueness second to none staying in our
geodesic domes, which feature in world-class resorts across the globe. The district has so much to offer and we are confident a visit to Faraway Domes will leave an indelible mark on anyone who stays.”
Visit www.farawaydomes.com for more information.