The Mooramong Homestead, built in the early 1870s, was extensively altered in 1937 to conform to contemporary American tastes. It reflects the elegant lifestyle of D.J.S. (Scobie) Mackinnon and his wife, the Hollywood silent screen star Clare Adams, and remains furnished as lived in by the Mackinnons.


Surrounded by hundreds of acres of operating farmland, the National Trust has established a flora and fauna reserve according to the wishes of the previous owners. It is home to a significant population of the endangered species Eastern Barred Bandicoot and a wide variety of native birdlife.