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Explore. Eat. Stay.

Get away in a vintage farm stay in the wide expanse of Western Australia's Wheatbelt region where nothing else Mathers. 

Immerse yourself in our farm's rich tapestry. Each season brings something different - whether it be grazing sheep, bush tucker or native flowers. 

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Love life in the slow lane 

Experience wide open spaces.

Cherish what makes Western Australia's Wheatbelt region unique, making memories that will last you a lifetime. From dawn to dark, we show you where to go, eat, stay and celebrate, connecting with the people and places only the locals know. The only question you'll have left is "when can we come back?". 

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EMBRACE RUSTIC LUXURY

It's time to escape to the wide expanses of Western Australia's Wheatbelt.

From the season of Birak through to Kambarang, there's always something magical to experience. We've curated  the best that the region has to offer for your adventure. Whether you are travelling for work or wanderlust we've got you covered - and furry friends are welcomed. 

Each stay includes exclusive access to the entire homestead (two bedrooms). Larger groups (up to 13) can be accomodated by special arrangement including an event space. 

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Enjoy local hospitality

Soak up small town life and get more good vibes with old-meets-new comfort. There's great things happening here. 

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Eat the Wheatbelt

Fill your eyes and your belly. We'll make sure that you won't go hungry. Enjoy our favourite fresh farm-to-table food. 

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Capture the beauty

It's the Wheatbelt gone wild.  Take the best photos, whether it be sheep, wheat, canola, wildflowers or dark skies. 

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Immerse yourself

See the Wheatbelt differently. We show you what happened and what's happening, where, with our clever technology. 

AN ACCOUNTANT AND A CONSULTANT BOUGHT A FARM 

Meet Damien & Erin, the accidental farmers 

We're a bunch of city slickers with a perchance for going the road less travelled. We (accidentally) fell in love with the Wheatbelt and want to share our adventure with you. 

What have we gotten ourselves into?!?

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