Boreas

Boreas

Barrington Tops

Boreas

BOREAS is the Greek god of the cold, North wind; and the harbinger of winter. He has been frequently depicted as a tall, wise old man – with a large cloak, shabby beard and hair, holding a large conch shell. Boreas was also depicted as having winged human feet; which represents the strong, powerful winds that the mountains of Barrington Tops are blasted with on a daily basis! Boreas is a forced to be reckoned with, but is bountiful with blessings and good health.

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THE MAGICAL BARRINGTON TOPS

PRISTINE CANNED AIR

The abundant, rich foliage on the trees, combined with the luscious nitrogen rich dirt, provides Barrington Tops with a rich carpet of delicious, wholesome, and naturally healing air. This naturally occurring resource is charged with wholesome, healing energies – delivered through the copious, organic resources found in the soil, leaves, bark, flora and fauna that populate the area. The Barrington Tops is truly a gorgeous natural wonderland, populated by some of the most enriching and delicious air in all of New South Wales.

Explore the delicious smells, tastes, and delights of the Barrington Tops today with ‘BOREAS – delicious, fresh and natural air,  as if it were straight from the gods themselves!