Figs, sheep and conservation work on the bluestone homestead

Welcome to our Autumn News

Autumn is gorgeous at Lochinver this year. Even with the drier weather the gardens are thriving. There is plentiful birdlife around. We enjoyed a bountiful crop of luscious figs, stunning sunsets and beautiful nights skies. The farm is very active with grain feeding the new sheep and sowing fodder crops for grazing.

Conservation work began on the bluestone walls of the 1860s Lochinver Homestead. Gary Hill and Adrian of Minerva Heritage, Bendigo completed the restoration work using traditional techniques. This work is the first phase of refreshing the veranda section of the Homestead.

This is an April sunset we admired recently…

Imagine your next country escape. Can you make it a winter getaway?

  • Enjoy a crackling fire
  • Snuggle up under a throw or blanket in the gorgeous accommodation
  • Take in the winter views and observe the wildlife
  • Feel alive in the fresh morning air
  • Get cosy in the evening after looking at the stars

Click here to check availability on our new booking service. Notice our new attractive packages for 1 day, 2 day and longer stays.

Until we see you again,

John, Alison and Charles