Gleneden Family Farm and The Gleneden Bullock Team

Maryvale, Southern Downs Area

Gleneden Family Farm is your connection to the countryside. Rohan, Fiona, Eden and Jethro Morris invite you to visit Gleneden and immerse yourself in farm life (and the cool, clear water of their mountain stream).

Farmer Rohan and his family offer you guided farm tours and bushwalks in the beautiful landscape of Gleneden. Hands-on visitors can try traditional farm skills and kitchen crafts workshops, or take in a display. Bush campers are welcome to join in farm activities. The creekside and hilltop campgrounds provide a relaxing, quiet and picturesque atmosphere to enjoy the magnificent sunsets and clear starry skies.

Fourth and fifth generation family farmers, the Morris family have recreated a traditional mixed farm, managed under their natural, ethical, sustainable farming system. The result is a healthy, happy, productive, beautiful and interesting place to live and visit, and enjoy the good life.

You can nourish your family with nutritious, delicious natural food fresh from the farm pantry.

Gleneden Family Farm is home to The Gleneden Bullock Team, working in traditional, sustainable ways to haul timber from the forest. You can experience the rare spectacle of a bullock team at work on the farm at Gleneden. Bookings essential.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $5 - $12.50 Camping - AUD5/night. Saturday display afternoon - AUD12.50 Other activities - AUD12.50/hour
Indicative Prices $10 - $25 Camping - AUD10/night. Display afternoon with working bullock team, camp oven damper and billy tea - AUD25 Other activities - AUD25/hour. Minimum numbers apply.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
375 North Branch Road
Maryvale, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

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