Greta Main Pay Office
The Pay Office Guest House is surrounded by 84 acres of eucalypt forest and rolling bushland, ideal for relaxing walks, and conveniently located for exploring the many vineyards and good restaurants in the area. Or you might prefer a gentle stroll around one of our ponds to check out the latest batch of ducklings. Later in the afternoon you might even be lucky enough to spot a kangaroo bounding through our paddocks.
The Greta Main Colliery was established around the turn of the century and at its peak employed 165 men and 100 horses. It was named after the very high quality coal seam that stretches from Greta towards Wollombi and was operated on land that was originally a sheep station called Wyalla. The coal was extracted via a tunnel shaft which ran into a labyrinth of workings on the opposite side of Wollombi Road.
- Five spacious rooms with ensuite showers and toilet, non-smoking.
- All rooms have reverse-cycle airconditioning & ceiling fans.
- All rooms have T.V., refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities.
- All rooms have their own verandah where smoking is OK.
988 Wollombi Road
Greta Main NSW 2325
This is a stub entry, entered from public sources by Peter Firminger.