Welcome to our farmhouse kitchen.

here at the farm we believe in homestead style living. to be sustainable, align with the seasons and respect nature.

we make wines that are wild, creative and a true expression of place. we intentionally raise our sheep, pigs and beef to use from top to tail. we regeneratively grow our own seasonal and nutritious produce that we harvest daily. we cook with wood-fire, make from scratch, ferment, pickle, preserve, braise and bake.

collectively this creates an honest and wholesome food and wine experience, fresh from our farm to your table.

Feast at the farm.

Paddock to Plate

farm experience + five-course set menu

tour + snack + garden plate + charcuterie + main + sides + dessert

$155 per person

| add flight of five wines $45 |

Every Acre Feast

five-course set menu

snack + garden plate + charcuterie + main + sides + dessert

$120 per person

| add flight of five wines $45|

Farm Feast

a three-course set menu

garden plate + charcuterie + main + sides

$95 per person

| add flight of three wines $30 |

Junior Feast

a mini farm feast to inspire the

next generation of farmers and gardeners

$45 per junior

One | snacks

a seasonally inspired farm snack to start your feasting journey. *every acre feast only

Two | garden plate

regenerativley raised produce in its most raw and honest form. hand-picked and lovingly prepared from our garden.

Three | charcuterie

a spread of our house-made farm charcuterie. raised with intention, cured with care and made with love.

Four | main

grass-fed meats, from top to tail and cooked over coals. with sides of seasonal produce and all the trimmings. 

Five | dessert

a decadent but down-to-earth dessert which celebrates our orchard and flower garden.

*every acre feast or optional add on

Booking Information

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It all has real soul. So too does the food, which steers a comfortable path between contemporary bistro and cosseting CWA charm. A true destination restaurant with a relaxed warmth and confidence…

— The Western Australian Good Food Guide