Fairview (550 Ten Mile Hollow Rd, Mangrove Creek) is a property with a homestead, built in 1922 by Alfred Andrews. The homestead and adjoining slab hut are now fenced to protect them, however the large corrugated iron shed on the south side is still open. The homestead was once a popular rest area for people traveling the North Road, via the Simpson track. The home was privately owned until 1973 when Gosford City Council acquired the land to protect the catchment area. The home was rented until 2002, when the tenants moved due to the threat of bushfires. The building is now in poor condition and the ‘Friends of Fairview’ are exploring ways to save the building and restore the history of the valley. 
Published on Oct 2, 2014
Welcome to “A Good Yarn – Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories”.
Our first story looks at the saving of Fairview Homestead – a beautiful old building nestled in
Dubbo Valley, near Mangrove Mountain on the New South Wales Central Coast of Australia.
The Saving of Fairview – Fairview Homestead Dubbo Gully New South Wales
from Digicrew Australia on Vimeo.