Less than an hour from Tamworth, five hours northwest of Sydney and six hours south of Brisbane, the DAG was originally part of one of the most historic properties in the region, the beautiful Wombramurra Station. The DAG still retains the station's original historic Woolshed, Shearers’ Quarters, Workers Cottages and Mess Hall.
The seclusion of The DAG offers corporate guests the chance to take a break from the day to day distractions whilst enjoying some of Australia's most beautiful valleys. The DAG offers full conference facilities, including a raised stage for presentations, overhead projectors, flatscreens, whiteboards, flipcharts, large monitors for presentations, mics, a competent sound system and mixers.
The country hospitality found at The DAG includes full catering (see menu), a licenced bar (see bar prices) and a range of Accommodation for those wishing to extend their stay overnight. (see accommodation)
For corporate guests looking to treat their staff, the DAG can arrange air conditioned transport to a range of activities in and around Nundle including evening entertainment, hiking, mountain biking, gold panning and exploring the history of the gold rush.
Activities and Entertainment include:
OKA 4WD Tours, Bush Golf or Lawn Bowls, Trout Fishing, the gold panning experience, sheep shearing demonstrations, Australian balladeers, country/folk singers, bush dances, blues and didgeridoos.