Tommerups Dairy Farmstay

Kerry, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$280 to AU$310

Tommerup's Dairy Farm is a sixth generation working dairy farm providing visitors with genuine farm experiences, warm country hospitality, charming farmhouse accommodation and an escape from the hectic pace of city life. A completely unique experience awaits; an authentic 'Paddock to Plate' journey. Located just 75 minutes from Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the picturesque Lost World region of Scenic Rim, Tommerup's Dairy Farm is perfect for your next holiday.

The 200 acre farm is home to dairy cattle, pigs, sheep and more and of course, your farmer hosts, The Tommerup family. Milking cows in a real working dairy is always a thrill for children and adults alike. Don't miss joining in on the daily animal feeding and egg collecting. Visit Tommerup's Farm Larder where you'll find ethically raised meat products, raw honey, dairy products and produce all from the Tommerup's Farm.

Choose from The Homestead, the original family home built in 1888 now comfortably sleeping up to 13 people or The Cottage, 1880s renovated farm cottage which sleeps up to eight people. Both offer charming self-contained country accommodation with all the modern conveniences. Get your hands dirty on the farm or just lose yourself in the serenity.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2142 Kerry Road
Kerry, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

The Cottage

A charming rustic country cottage awaits with full kitchen facilities, verandah with stunning private views, outdoor chiminea for those chilly Winter nights and peaceful country surrounds. The authentic 1880s four poster bed in the main room evokes romance and nostalgia. The Cottage is set in a private area of the farm with the only traffic being the cows making their way to the dairy and the sounds of the local wildlife breaking the silence. A home away from home where true relaxation is easily found and hard to let go.

The Homestead

The Homestead, built in 1888 as the Horan family home and the first sawn timber home in the district, has been home to five generations of Dave Tommerup's family. It's now the perfect setting for a holiday in the country. Comfortably sleeping 10 people but can extend for 13 guests, making it perfect for extended family and friends to catch up whilst enjoying a truly authentic farm holiday adventure.

Featuring three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, fully self contained kitchen and verandahs on both sides to capture the magnificent views across the farm, The Homestead features modern living conveniences in a rustic country farmhouse.

Sit back on the verandah and watch the milking cows meander past on their morning stroll. Country relaxation at its best.

Farm Stay Accommodation

Located in the picturesque Scenic Rim region, their farm cottage and homestead offer visitors the opportunity to 'escape to the country' and experience a genuine Australian working farm. Get 'hands-on' at the dairy; lend a hand to milk their herd, help out with animal feeding, drop a line in the river or just relax on their 200 acre farm.

You'll experience that 'home away from home' feeling in their rustic farm cottages; all linen is provided, fully self-contained and a warm welcome from your hosts. Come join their family for a holiday with a difference.

Cottage sleeps up to eight and Homestead sleeps up to 13.

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