Collette Dinnigan lists redundant Milton weekender

Collette Dinnigan lists redundant Milton weekender
Collette Dinnigan lists redundant Milton weekender

Famed international fashion designer Collette Dinnigan and husband, the hotel and tourism entrepreneur, Bradley Cocks, have listed their redundant Milton weekender.

The NSW South Coast former dairy farm, near the seaside towns of Mollymook and Ulladulla, has been a fruitful endeavour for the couple after the country retreat was styled by Dinnigan.

Pitched as Milton Surf and Stables, it has brought in $82,000 a year, mostly using Airbnb. 

Billed as offering an urban-detox experience in an idyllic setting, the well managed retreat enjoys super host status on Airbnb.

The former stables have been converted into a luxury retreat close to Milton's towns, beaches and vineyards. 

The much featured property - including Country Style and Vogue - has horses and Alpacas.

Voted number one by Australian Traveller's 'Top 100 Places You Haven't Been to Yet', the property has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There is an outdoor bar and barn complete with pizza oven for entertaining. The marketing says a chef can be arranged to come to cook at its outdoor entertaining feature.

Since settling into “the magic of Milton”, Dinnigan has created an organic vegetable garden and planted citrus trees, along with her favourite flowers - white hydrangeas and white magnolia.

Always having fresh eggs when she was growing up in South Africa and New Zealand, she ensures there's lots of hens. Beehives for honey too.

“Milton itself is quite special,” Collette previously said. “It’s not one of those sleepy little towns – it has a really vibrant, productive community." 

During their ownership, the clan have tried to get to Milton as often as they could, spending summer holidays and Easter there, and usually one other school holiday as well.

They are seeking expressions of interest of $2.95 million plus with offers due March 24.

"I believe the rental yield is an important part of the investment," Cocks said. He's seeking to secure the buyer himself, marketing the property at

The couple have recently snapped up Springfield Farm, a European-style abode at Avoca in the Southern Highlands after returning from their year long Italian sojourn.

Dinnigan Milton


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