Warratina Lavender Farm
Address: 105 Quayle Road, Wandin North, Victoria 3139
Phone: 03 5964 4650 | Mobile: 0417 589 231 | Fax: 03 5964 4658
A visit to Warratina Lavender Farm is a truly unique experience. Only one hour's drive from central Melbourne, the farm is perfectly situated for day or weekend trips to the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges.
Savour the flavours of local Yarra Valley produce over a glass of regional wine. Why not try the famous lavender ice cream! With six acres of lavender fields, Warratina is a real working lavender farm. Take a personalised tour through the 'Drying Shed' where the lavender is processed directly from the field before being transformed into one of the many products in the unique range ($5 per person, minimum six persons).
The Cottage Gift Shop showcases the extensive product range. They stock a range of lavender plants and can advise you on a variety of choices. Fragrance fills the air in spring and summer when the property is ablaze in a sea of purple. At any time of year, you can escape the hectic pace of daily life and enjoy a stroll through the lavender fields and gardens. Breathe the fresh country air and take in the views of distant mountains.
Either as a single interest visit or as part of a regional tour, group visits can be tailored to suit you.
Groups larger than ten persons should pre-book.
Content: Warratina Lavender Farm
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This is a free attraction.
Melway Map 121, Reference F1. Vic Roads State Directory Map 79, Reference H-J6
From Lilydale, Coldstream, & Yarra Glen:
Follow the Warburton Highway through Wandin North. Quayle Road is on the right approaching the hillcrest, 1 Km after the Wandin township.
Follow the Warburton Highway through Seville. Quayle Road is on the left just after the hillcrest, 1 Km after the Seville township.
From Mt Evelyn or Monbulk:
Take Hunter Road, off Monbulk-Silvan Road, midway between Mt. Evelyn and Silvan. At Wandin Yallock, cross the X-intersection into Quayle Road.
Follow directions From Warburton after Woori Yallock.
- Car park
- Coach parking
- Picnic area
- Public toilet
- Shaded area
- Sheltered area
The Lavender Harvest will be happening between November and January. The gardens are coming into colour after the long winter break. The Farm and Tea-Rooms are looking spectacular with the roses budding with Spring growth.
Contact operator for further details.
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