We can offer you a farm stay in our cosy comfortable self contained bungalow attached to our home. It sleeps 3 in a double bed bunk and a single bed on top. Wake up to the birds singing and farm life
Lazy Acres is a working sheep farm that produces prime fat lambs, wool, cropping and cattle. We also use horses and working sheep dogs to move the sheep and cattle.
Accès des voyageurs
Our bungalow has a small Kitchenette with bar fridge, microwave, tea coffee, toaster, shower, toilet and TV. The shared amenities are the washer machine and dryer. We have an outdoor gas BBQ on the verandah you are able to use. Depending on the time of year, you can join Greg to feed the sheep and cows. Supplied tea & coffee.
Long weekend minimum 2 nights stay.
FOR LARGER GROUPS ENQUIRE ABOUT BRINGING A TENT
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We love to spend time with our guest showing then our property on a farm tour. Guests are also welcome to wander around the garden. After spending the day travelling or hiking the Grampians National Park, you are able to join us for a delicious evening meal for an additional cost of $20 per person, (meal must be pre organised 24 hours notices required)
Continental Breakfast is an additional charge $7:00 per person consists of cereals, milk, bread to toast, butter and jams farm free eggs if available
For larger groups enquire about bringing a tent
Smoking is prohibited on the property. Please remove your shoes
We would like our guests to have check in by 10:00 pm the first night this is a private resident the bungalow is right beside our home and we like to welcome our guests that are staying with us.
We are on tank water so we would like that you have a quick shower.
Long weekend minimum 2 nights stays.
No portable gas or electric BBQ to be used inside the bungalow please us the table out side.
Wireless Internet Please ask for the password
LARGER GROUPS ENQUIRES ABOUT BRINGING A TENT.
Breakfast is an additional charge of $7 each, arranged prior to arrival
Farm tours are to be organised prior to arrival.
We run a sheep, cattle and cropping farm in the Western District of Victoria. With out three school age children Our hobbies are walking, bike riding, horse riding and swimming.
Why we are hosts are that we like to show people an Australian farm life and we enjoy meeting people from all around the world.