The New South Wales district of Scone is home to the beautiful 6666 hectare Thornthwaite. It was here that the first wine grapes in the district were planted in the early 1800s. Paspaley is only the third owner of this historic property.
The property provides the breeding ground for 2000 head of quality Hereford beef cattle producing up to 900 steers and 900 heifers each year.
The property was a remarkable time capsule, and Paspaley has undertaken significant restoration to the range of historic buildings on the property, including a sandstone homestead, cottages, stables, a woolshed, a dairy and a winery. The historic Thornthwaite church is still in use today as well as the cemetery.