Special interest groups
The wedgetailed eagle can often be seen flying down from the hills and over the paddocks. Red-tailed Black cockatoos nest in the trees near the Homestead and a great range of smaller parrots, blue wrens and finches make the garden and nearby bushland, their home. 75 bird species have been counted locally.
Splendid setting. Loved the cosy wood fire. The honeyeaters and the wrens are a delight.
John and Cicely, Dorset, UK February 16, 2006
Walk into the National Park with its Karri Forest or walk our trails in the marri and banksia bushland near the Homestead and see the seasonal wildflowers. The local Environmental group ’Friends of the Porongurup Range’ has a large property, The Twin Creeks Reserve, with a great variety of habitats, flora and fauna for exploration. See www.porongurup.org
Walk through the farm to the National Park with its trails.
Award winning wineries abound within minutes driving- Jingalla, Dukes, Castle Rock Estate, Millinup Estate.