Warrook Cattle Farm
Experience real country living on a working farm, handle animals, see how a farming family lives, and enjoy a home-cooked lunch or afternoon tea in the historic homestead… be an “Aussie” farmer for a day!
Warrook Cattle Farm is a cattle and sheep farm with highway frontage, making it easy to find. The property was originally settled by the Lyall family in 1857. Lyall was part of the early gentry in this area and was also famous for setting up his famous brick making machine, which supplied bricks for local shops and churches.
In 1907 Warrook was acquired by the Greaves family who built the existing homestead and successfully farmed Clydesdale horses, sheep and cattle. There have been several owners since who have all kept up the tradition of rearing sheep and cattle. Warrook breeds the Australian breed of beef cattle called Murray Grey.
Visitors are welcomed into the historic home to enjoy old fashioned hospitality before going around the farm for a hands-on tour and to see the wombats and wander through the fauna park amongst the kangaroos and water birds