Sue & Tom

Capacity of Farm: 20
Special Farm Requirements: Number of bathrooms 2+, Wifi
Farm Animals: Sheep, Cattle

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Family Members: Sue (Female), Tom (Male). Tom is Sue’s son and he is sometimes home.
Location: Sidonia, Victoria 3444. 1 hour and 15 minutes from Melbourne.
Closest Train Station: Kyneton Station, Bendigo Line.
Farm Details: Sheep and cattle farm with 150 year old stone homestead, large historic gardens, ducks, peacocks, guinea fowl, chickens, vegetable garden, olive grove, 2 cats (outside) & 1 dog (inside and outside).
Farm Activities: Tour of farm, feed all animals, collect fresh chicken eggs to cook and eat for breakfast, bird watching, garden tour, harvest vegetables from garden, star gazing, wildlife spotting.
Acres: 100.
Internet: Free WiFi available.
Bathrooms: 6 (Separate from hosts).
Cooling: Fans.
Bedding: 
Homestead:
Room 1: 1 king bed, 1 single bed.
Room 2: 1 king bed, 1 single bed.
Room 3: 1 queen bed.
(2 bathrooms).
House on the hill:
Room 4: 1 queen bed.
Room 5: 1 queen bed.
Room 6: 1 queen bed.
(extra single bed available)
(3 bathrooms + kitchen/dining).
Shearers Shack:
Room 7: 1 king bed.
Room 8: 1 king bed, 1 single bed.
(1 bathroom + kitchen/dining).
(2 x portacots, highchair and 2 car seats available).
Transfer maximum 8 guests.

Train/public transport – using the train to access farms in Victoria is convenient and affordable, with trains connecting each of the regions where our farms are located.

Most trains depart from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station or Flinders Street Station. Simply catch the train to the station closest to your farm and your farm host will provide complimentary transfers to and from their farm. 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.