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Warrook Farm

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4170 South Gippsland Highway, Monomeith, Victoria 3984, Australia
+61 3 5997 1321
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Terrible services, waste of time and money

This farm is terrible, since taken over by foreign, the farm become so messy and dirty, full of... read more

Reviewed July 22, 2017
syfy c
Good place for food, to play w animals

Did this as a stop before going to great ocean road. Good lunch set that I got together with the... read more

Reviewed May 21, 2017
hanfrenzy
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Historic Warrook is a full working farm that offers a unique hands on experience and demonstrations plus Australian country hospitality. Located half way between Melbourne and Phillip Island, Warrook Farm is an excellent stop over point for a meal break and a unique opportunity to tour a real Aussie farm and experience feeding kangeroos or other animals close up. Visit the historic homestead, gardens and fauna park. Tours are run daily and visitors can enjoy lunch or a light snack in the fully licensed restaurant and cafe which can seat up to 120 people, offering both western, halal and Chinese menus. Educational tours are also available.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average10%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible10%
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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4170 South Gippsland Highway, Monomeith, Victoria 3984, Australia
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+61 3 5997 1321
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Reviewed July 22, 2017

This farm is terrible, since taken over by foreign, the farm become so messy and dirty, full of cigarette butts everywhere. and worst part is the guy who at the front desk ask us to pay for the tour ticket and said we are able...More

5  Thank syfy c
Reviewed May 21, 2017 via mobile

Did this as a stop before going to great ocean road. Good lunch set that I got together with the ticket. Had fun patting animals and feeding them. Good tour of the farm, fed the calves milk, milked the cow, saw sheep shearing and saw...More

Thank hanfrenzy
Dianne H, Manager at Warrook Farm, responded to this reviewResponded May 22, 2017

I am glad that you enjoyed your visit to Warrook, we use to allow visitors into our enclosures, but as you can appreciate it is daunting for them if there is a large number of people, we have now got wallabies that will be free...More

Reviewed March 14, 2017 via mobile

Super happy about our trip to the farm, the staff was so friendly and helpful. It was a bit difficult to find do to lack of signs and we arrived a bit late therefore. The staff personally drove us to the tour that had already...More

1  Thank Paulina S
Reviewed February 4, 2017 via mobile

Stopped at Warrook farm yesterday midday on the way back from Phillip Island. No signage to indicate that it was closed for a private function. No staff to be found. Just heaps of people setting up for a Chineses new year party.More

Thank Lizalto2016
Dianne H, Manager at Warrook Farm, responded to this reviewResponded February 7, 2017

I am sorry that you could not find a staff member to help you when visiting Warrook last Saturday, we were still open to the public even though we had a large booking. But thanks to your feedback we will ensure that if this situation...More

Reviewed January 30, 2017

The Warrook Farm in Monomeith was a stop we made recently during our drive around Australia and although it felt very tourist driven we couldn’t fault them for that and we still enjoyed our time there. Doing the farm tour, watching the whip cracking, petting...More

Thank JGDynamo
Dianne H, Manager at Warrook Farm, responded to this reviewResponded February 7, 2017

Although we are a tourist attraction l am glad that you still enjoyed your visit to Warrook, we would love for you on another occasion to visit again and enjoy our lunch and hopefully join our rural farm tour.

Reviewed December 25, 2016

We stopped briefly here while travelling back to Melbourne. It made a pleasant quick stop. Always fun to see the animals but the place felt slightly run down.

Thank DWk8
Dianne H, Manager at Warrook Farm, responded to this reviewResponded February 7, 2017

I am glad you enjoyed your visit even though it was a quick drop in, we are constantly trying to find ways to improve our farm, gardens and surrounds

Reviewed December 16, 2016 via mobile

We were hoping to visit a real farm, alike the one we did some years ago in another Australian state. Was quite disappointed that this is more of a farm catered to put on a show for tourists rather that a real working farm that...More

Thank Helicraz
Reviewed November 27, 2016

Was the perfect Sunday outing. Got there for the 1pm tour and it was exactly what my partner and I were looking for with hands on activities and getting closer to the animals than anywhere else we had visited before. The staff were friendly and...More

1  Thank Shaun F
Dianne H, Manager at Warrook Farm, responded to this reviewResponded November 29, 2016

Hi Shaun, we are glad that you had a great day visiting us at Warrook, we believe that we do offer a great hands on experience and we look forward to you visiting us again.

Reviewed November 26, 2016 via mobile

Loved the genuine farm experience! We got to pat and feed some adorable baby calves and lambs. We milked a cow, and watched a sheep shearing demonstration. We even got to feed the wombats! Good place to stop for a yummy home-cooked lunch. Such a...More

2  Thank Nics2Cents
Reviewed October 22, 2016 via mobile

We loved our guided tour of Warrook Farm! We fed baby cows and lambs, milked a big girl (or at least tried to), watched the gorgeous working dog round up sheep, learnt about wool grading and shearing and seen many others wonderful wildlife around the...More

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Cynthia T
March 7, 2017|
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Response from Dianne H | Property representative |
Hi Cynthia, You need to allow at least 21/2 - 3 hours to enjoy the whole experience of our rural farm tour, fauna park and lunch Hopefully we will see you in the near future.
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