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Warratina Lavender Farm, Wandin North

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • We went there on a wet day. The wood expo was on so we had a look around and there was some nice pieces of wood work. We had a look around the gift shop and had something to eat at the cafĂ©. We enjoye...  read more »
  • I enjoyed the visit to Warratina Lavender Farm, as it was situated in a picturesque location and was so serene. This is not the best time of the year to go there, as the main field of bushes were not ...  read more »
  • I can absolutely suggest having (from the all day breakfast menu) French toast with honey Lavender icecream !! It's delicious. The grounds are lovely and if it'a a sunny day what a perfect place to si...  read more »
  • Pricey menu, small shop, not much to see. But perhaps because it was off season. Good place to take a break before heading up the mountains though, relaxed atmosphere.
  • Lovely grounds and Devonshire tea, awesome variety of lavender plants.
  • Lavender jam, lavender scone and lavender tea. What's not to like?
  • A small lavender farm but you should still be able to take some nice portrait photos. There seems to be admission fee of $7 dollars per adult as donation to CFA helping to fight bush fire. Didn't question how admission works since we are happy to help the community anyway. There is a cafe, very friendly ladies and nice young girls. Lavender flavored scone is the signature dish. It comes with home made strawberry jam & cream. Two scones + tea/coffee for $13. (as of 30 Nov 2014) Menu is very simple, main is about $16, not many choices. There are picnic benches and chairs for family if someone need a rest under shade. No BBQ spot but fair enough for private farm. Location is nearby other cherry and berry farm. If you plan the route, you should be able to do cherry picking and visit another farm on the same day. Bring your esky and iced water for summer, have fun :)
  • Decent as a cafe, not worth it as a tourist spot! The "farm" seems to be rows of half-dead, smaller-than-my-own-garden's lavender bushes. I'm not sure if it's off season, or a recent harvest is the cause for the disappointing state of the lavender, but it was a real let down. Perhaps signage if there is a good reason, to educate visitors? Cafe is decent. Our waitress was really lovely and coffee was good.
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