Byramine Homestead and Brewery is a historical homestead built-in 1842 by the famous explorer Hamilton Hume. Classified by the National Trust ‘to be preserved at all costs’, because of its unique design and its local significance.
With octagonal rooms, created for the climate and also for security, as they were often under attack from Bushrangers. Originally the homestead was on the Yarrawonga Run. Today the Byramine Homestead is nestled amongst one of the largest vegetable farms in Australia. Guests are able to tour the homestead and wander the beautiful garden, home to the oldest Elm trees in Victoria.
Owners Wade and Nicole McPherson offer Devonshire Teas, a rustic country-style menu and homestead tours. The brewery, located within the grounds serves an extensive range of boutique beers, very popular ciders and wines, all made on-site from the produce grown on the surrounding farm.
Located on the mighty Murray River, the Byramine Homestead and Brewery is nestled within one of Australia’s largest vegetable farms, Kelly Bros. The farm produces over 25 different vegetables with produce sold all over Australia.
Wade, Nicole and the team look forward to introducing you to the delights of the Byramine Homestead and Brewery.
Please note the café closes at 3:00pm.
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
MembershipNational Trust Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre
Self Guided Bryamine Homestead Tours between 10am – 4pm.
Tickets: $2.50 per child, $7.50 per adult.
Includes two free sample glasses from the brewery.