The homestead where Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Prince William stayed in 1983 has returned to the spotlight, with Woomargama Station depicted in the latest series of the Netflix drama The Crown.
- Woomargama Station is a grazing property about 60 kilometres north of Albury in NSW
- Prince Charles, Princess Diana and baby Prince William stayed at Woomargama Station during their 1983 tour of Australia and New Zealand
- A depiction of the family’s stay at the property features in series four of The Crown
Woomargama*, in country NSW, found itself in the sights of Royal watchers and the international press after the Prince and Princess of Wales used it as a base during their Australian tour.
Station owner Clare Cannon said it was…
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