We have a whole section on our website about activities on the farm and in the area. Our main activity on the farm is our Animal feeding routine in the late afternoon. But really, we hope that you will take the opportunity to just relax and enjoy nature.
We allow dogs in all cottages except “The Farmhouse” and “The Quarters”. But please, ask us for our dog policy before bringing your dog. There are restrictions and there is a surcharge. We need to keep your dog safe as well as our farm animals.
Our licensing is for a maximum number of people including adults, children and infants. We have different sized accommodation units for different family sizes. We must provide a sleeping place for every person and our rates are set for that number of people.
We now accept 1 night stays during the week, but not on weekends and during autumn, winter and spring school holidays. On occasion we will release some cottages for 1 night stays a few days before the weekend, but a surcharge will apply.
There is a pool on the property, but it is not licensed for guest use. It is a private lap pool (and very cold). Both towns of York and Beverley have fantastic swimming pools and are only 15 mins drive from the farm.
5895 Great Southern Highway,
Gilgering via York, WA, 6302
Ph: +61 8 9641 4131
Mob: +61 422 168 848 Send Us An Email
Absolutely wonderful farm very quite wonderful owners great animals I highly recommend staying here
Lovely farmers, happy healthy animals, accommodation is beautiful, close to york all round great place
Lovely setting with the sweetest animals. Our nearly 2yr old had a wonderful time. Super relaxing for mum & dad as... well. Thanks so much xread more
We love this place. Animals, relaxing vibe. Lovely units. Beautiful owners. Worth a visit.
Went on January 2019:Couldn't have asked for a more relaxing vacation farm stay! We were here for a 3D2N trip from... Singapore. Both Ms. K and Mr. M (couple owners) are very friendly and helpful. They seems to be very experienced dealing with tourists from overseas judging by how they have all the guidelines written. From the review book in the room, I can tell everybody did indeed have a good time, so if you're a tourist from foreign land, don't be skeptical about whether they are tourist-friendly - cause they are definitely so. In the farm you're free to roam around as long as you do not pose danger to the animals or yourself. There's feeding session going on as well, which the farmers (owners) will bring you to experience. There's also rides (the vehicle that carry hays) you can take to experience around the farm, just talk to the farmers about what they experience they can provide you. Next, the cabin is nicely decorated, very roomy even though the cabin is small - we just have what we need. There's a big dining table in the spacious kitchen (with many complimentary food such as their farmed eggs, very fresh ostrich, duck and chicken eggs). Some shelve items are expired, not sure if they're by the farmers or left behind by the tourist/guests. The living room has comfy sofas along with TV and a fireplace (didn't get to use it as it was summer in January). The bedroom comes with a big queen sized bed and 2 side tables with ports for charging your phones and bedside lamps. Beside the bedroom is the only bathroom. It is small, but just enough for you to use everything. The bathing area is spacious enough, albeit the sitting area for the toilet bowl is small (as it is next to the door).Best part of the cabin will definitely be the porch outside with a complimentary to use BBQ grill. Just go to a nearby supermarket and get what you need, and cook at night for a romantic experience you cannot experience in the city (as I come from Singapore, we do not have such experience available for us). That's all I can remember for now, but overall, it is every penny worth it if you love rural stay overs.read more
W L Xanelle
Absolutely a great place to be at; be it for a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life or just to experience a... quaint farm setting. The hosts, Farmers Merv and Katherine, were especially welcoming and friendly, and we really appreciate their hospitality, on top of showing and explaining so much about farm animals and life in that area - we learnt quite abit :) The cottage which we'd gotten was meticulously kept and prepared for us and I'd say the home-made bread and farm fresh (free-range) turley, duck and chicken eggs were awesome as well. Definitely worth a visit again should we have the chance to be in Perth, Australia again!read more
A real gem just outside of York. Lots of different animals that can be petted, fed and groomed, from ponies to alpacas... to pigs to ostriches. Great country experience for city kids with plenty of wide open air to roam and nature to play in. Bonus points that parts of the property have no mobile reception making it a perfect get away from the city.read more