About Ingleden Park
Ingleden Park spans 220 acres, used for grazing and farming.
Ingleden Park lends itself to the peace and quiet of its surrounds of a cottage garden, enticing you to meander through the calm relaxing surrounds and have a sit under a shady tree, or if you’re a little more adventurous, a stroll along the path to the summit of Davies Hill and its breathtaking 360° views of the surrounding farms nearby.
During the winter months you can enjoy a campfire, or light up the fire pit and toast some marshmallows with the family.
Only 15 km from Griffith, there is easy quick access to great shopping and dining in Griffith and surrounding towns. Griffith boasts some of the best quality Italian and European Cusine in the Riverina, it is a must to try its restaurants and cafes while visiting.
Ingleden gives families, friends and visitors a place to feel safe and relaxed. As a family, this is important to us, and it is important to us that our guests feel this way too.
Directions from Griffith
Ingleden Park is 15km from Griffith. Take the Leeton road through Yoogali, Irrigation Way, and look for the sign on the right of the road, after the sweeping bend over the railway line, down Coghlan Road.
Getting to Ingleden Park
Ingleden Park is 6 hours south west of Sydney. Take the Harden/Temora exit on the Hume Highway.
Ingleden Park is 4 hours from Canberra. Take the Harden/Temora exit on the Hume Highway.
Ingleden Park is 5 hours north of Melbourne. Take the Shepparton exit via Tocumwal and Colleambally.
Features & Facilities
The larger Ingleden Cottage is a must for families, or meet up with a group of friends. Situated in a lovely established garden Ingleden Park Cottage gives you a sense of space and freedom.
Ideal for a small family or just a couple getting away for the weekend, Rose Cottage is nestled between the garden and the paddocks of Ingleden Park and neighbouring properties.