September 2 - September 17, 2017 - Wood Working Wonders - Warratina Lavender Farm

September 2 - September 17, 2017 - Wood Working Wonders - Warratina Lavender Farm

Wood Working Wonders Expo

Wonderful creations created by local artisans

On exhibit

2nd – 17th September 10am to 4pm

Hosted by

 

Warratina Lavender Farm

105 Quayle Road, Wandin Yallock 3139

 

Sales of all wood work

 

Proceeds to Wandin CFA

 

 

ENTRY: Gold coin donation

 

CONTACT: Warratina Lavender Farm

Ph: 03 5964 4650

Email: enquiries@warratinalavender.com.au or use form below

Warratina Lavender Farm is situated one hour from Melbourne at the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, in the beautiful Yarra Valley.

A family business run by Annemarie and Peter Manders, Warratina takes pride in producing home-grown lavender products.

Warratina boasts acres of lavender where visitors are invited to stroll along the different rows of species, breathe the fresh country air, and enjoy the display gardens and views of distant hills across the Yarra Ranges.

Refreshments and a selection of products are available from the gift store in the Lavender Cottage Tea Rooms.

Families and groups are welcome to enjoy the picnic areas and disabled facilities are provided with available coach parking near all facilities.

MULTI AWARD WINNING BUSINESS

Warratina Lavender Farm was judged as the 2013 Dawn Baudinette Award

winner for Tourism at the recent TALGA Conference held in Melbourne in June 2013.

Business hours

Warratina Lavender Farm is open Wednesday to Monday inclusive [February to September from 10am - 5pm] and [October to January from 9am - 5pm], excepting Christmas Day and Good Friday when we are closed.
WE ARE CLOSED TUESDAY. Group bookings are available on any day by appointment.

History of the area

The area is called Wandin Yallock – ‘Wandin’ being the name of the local Aboriginal tribe and ‘Yallock’ meaning permanent running water. The site of the original township was originally designed to be close to the farm however the railway line from Lilydale to Warburton was laid some 2km from Wandin Yallock and so the township grew and developed closer to the station.

This became the town of Wandin North. Today Wandin Yallock consists of a primary school, a church, war memorial, and a number of farms (most of which are orchards).

http://www.warratinalavender.com.au


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