Spectacularly located in the Byron Bay hinterland, Walker Farm is an exercise in liveable luxury. Opulent, yet understated in its materiality, this home challenges your assumption of what a new build looks like and takes upon the visage of a structure which has always been in this landscape. Surrounded by enviable lush hillside views, this home has been expertly designed so that every space feels connected to the landscape.
Located in the hinterland hills of Myocum, just a short 10-minute drive from bustling Byron Bay, Walker Farm has it all. While in the home there is a covetable silence which is only interrupted by the occasional call from a resident wedge-tailed eagle. The home is on a sprawling 40 acres and is still a working cattle farm.
The home was originally conceived via a collaboration between architect Angus Munro of Marc and Co and the property’s owner, Tim Mundy, after months of visiting the site to better understand the view and land. Over time a two-pavilion structure was designed which was inspired by Australian wool sheds. With a focus on the use of natural materials in the structure of the building,