Hebron Farm is located at the end of Hebron Road, Lower Portland, New South Wales. The name dates from the purchase of the property from orchardist Malcolm Edward Jones in April 1944 for £3,000 by the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement of Australia, Summer Hill, New South Wales for use as a missionary training college. The facility known as Hebron Training College opened later that year. The church on the property was constructed in November 1952. The church owned the property until January 1964 when it was sold into private hands.
The property, previously known as Waples Farm occupies a sweeping bend on the Colo River, west of the junction with the Hawkesbury River. Described as Portion 21, Parish of Hawkesbury, County of Hunter, this property is situated on the 100 acre grant to George Hibbs of August 1804 and was owned at one time by Thomas Huxley.
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