This urban micro farm is a great place to see just how vegetables, eggs and table poultry are raised for top quality chemical free food. On this farm you can see where food comes from, experience a tasting plate of vegetables you harvest as Helen and Bronwyn, the farm owners, walk with you around the market garden, meeting the farm animals, learning about the vegetables and how they grow. Stay for morning or afternoon tea and try a snack made with produce and preserves from the farm.
Your hosts, Bronwyn and Helen, are regenerative horticulturists and small farmers running their unique small mixed organic farm in an urban setting. This is a working farm so call Helen or Bronwyn directly to organise your visit.
Wynlen House also runs workshops (on-line and on-farm) to show people how to grow vegetables, garlic, and raise small farm animals on a large suburban block and offer slow food events to showcase the benefit and deliciousness of produce grown locally, without chemical inputs and picked fresh.
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
Per Person. Children under 12 are free. There is a minimum of two paying guests needed to book a visit. All bookings to visit this working farm are private bookings and should be booked in advance.