Warrook is living history, a full working farm over 100 years old. Take a step back in time, channel your inner ‘farmer’ self as you experience a range of hands on activities and demonstrations at Warrook – a genuine Aussie farm experience!
Specially tailored tours are run daily and showcase the history of the farm, its wildlife, homestead and gardens. Visitors delight in hands on farm experiences and demonstrations. They can bottle feed baby calves, learn how to milk a cow, learn the art of whip cracking, see the working dog round up sheep and watch sheep shearing in the 1887 shearing shed. They can also feed kangeroos and view Australian and other wildlife in the Warrook Fauna Park.
For groups, billy tea, damper making and spit roast can be arranged. Visitors selecting the ‘farm tour and lunch’ are free to tour the recently refurbished historic homestead and gardens (circa 1907). Indeed, Warrook homestead and gardens provide a unique venue for weddings, family celebrations or group tours.
Located half way between Melbourne and Phillip Island, Warrook Farm is an excellent stop over point for a meal break. Visitors can enjoy lunch in the fully licensed restaurant (seats 150) or a light snack in the café. Warrook offers traditional Australian farm meals and halal meals. Educational tours are also available.
Open 7 days from 10am until 4 pm.