Your hosts are owners Ian and Di Fargher. Ian is the fourth generation of his family to run sheep on this station. The original part of the homestead dates from the 1860’s, when pioneering graziers first drove their flocks into the Flinders Ranges.
Ian and Di welcome discerning travellers all year round on an all inclusive basis. The Fargher’s are warm people who genuinely enjoy spending time with their guests. This becomes especially apparent when Di dishes out her home-cooked dinners. There are no set menus at Angorichina, but guests can expect homestead cooking with a touch of sophistication. In the evening guests dine with their hosts at a large communal table on the back verandah or in the formal dining room.
Angorichina will leave you with powerful memories, whether it’s sharing a glass of champagne while watching the sunset or helping Ian wrestle his aircraft out of the hangar. Among their many qualities, Di and Ian practice the bush tradition of hospitality to perfection. Together they will open your eyes to a side of Australia beyond your wildest imagination.