Bunjil Farm is a rural retreat set in the foothills of the Macedon Ranges, near Kyneton, just one hour from the Melbourne CBD.
The coach house, blacksmith’s shop and old stables are reminders of the hardships of pioneer life but perhaps also of a time when life was less complicated. Bunjil Farm offers peace and tranquility where a short escape from the city can help to rest and rejuvenate.
Stay in a rambling country farmhouse or a rustic, mid-1800s settler’s hut. Enjoy the abundant bird life, open space and fresh air.
If it all seems too quiet after the fast pace of your city life, the buzz of Piper Street, Kyneton, is only ten minutes away where you will find restaurants, cafes, local artisans’ products, antiques and gifts. 15 minutes will take you to the quaint township of Trentham or Daylesford spa country is only 20 minutes’ drive.
Bunjil Farm is a licenced hemp farm, providing a focal point for the hemp industry in Victoria.
Bunjil Farm Bed and Breakfast farm stay offers a King Room and two Queen Rooms in the main homestead. There is a separate parlour for guests’ exclusive use. Enjoy continental breakfast provisions whilst overlooking the front garden. The King Room can be configured with twin single beds. Two other rooms in the main homestead are available on request. These are only available to friends or relatives who are staying on the same nights as the King Room guests. Both additional rooms have queen beds and they share the bathroom with the King Room. The minimum booking is for two guests in the King Room. Guests also have exclusive use of a kitchenette with small fridge, toaster, kettle and electric egg poacher. There is no stove or microwave. The farm house provides old world charm with modern conveniences including a shower over a claw foot bath.
The 1850s slab-built Settler’s Hut provides a rustic, secluded hideaway. It is so much better than glamping. There is a double bed with ensuite and a living area with fireplace and basic kitchen facilities. The tariff includes a simple continental breakfast.
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