Peter & Lynda

Peter & Lynda have a lovely, quirky farm and they will make you feel right at home. They have both been in the hospitality industry for a long time and will make sure your farmstay is a memorable, special experience. Their region is so peaceful and relaxing. If you have time, you can visit the local town called Toodyay.

Capacity of Farm: 7
Special Farm Requirements: Air-conditioning, Number of bathrooms 2+, Wifi
Farm Animals: Sheep

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“Our farmstay was the best part of our trip. Home is where the heart is, and we felt it there with you.”

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Family Members: Peter (Male), Lynda (Female).
Location: Dewars Pool, Western Australia 6567. 1 hour and 30 minutes from Perth.
Closest Train Station: Midland Station, Midland Line.
Farm Details: A hobby farm with sheep, 2 llamas, chickens, 2 dogs (inside and outside), 3 cats (inside and outside), vegetable garden and fruit trees.
Farm Activities: Tour of the farm, hand feed animals, groom animals, collect fresh chicken eggs to cook/eat for breakfast, pick or plant something fresh from the vegetable garden, star gazing, native wildlife spotting, bush walking, cook damper & collect firewood.
Acres: 50.
Internet: Free WiFi available in main house.
Bathrooms: 3 (Separate from hosts).
Cooling: Air conditioning, fans & heating.
Bedding: 
Room 1: 1 king bed or 2 single beds.
Room 2: 1 king bed or 2 single beds.
Room 3: 1 king bed or 2 single beds, 1 sofa bed.
Transfer maximum 5 guests.

Access Train/public transport – access to the Avon Valley via train is easy and affordable from Perth. Catch the train from Perth Station to the closest train station to the farm. On arrival, your farm host will meet you and provide a complimentary transfer. Train tickets are at your own expense.

Private car transfer – available upon request at an additional cost.

Self-drive – if you choose to self-drive, we will provide you with detailed instructions on how to get to your farm.