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Rich Glen Olive Estate

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Yarrawonga, Australia
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About Rich Glen Olive Estate
Rich Glen in Yarrawonga was established 22 years ago by the Vodusek family and is currently run by fifth generation farmers Ros, a trained chef, and Daimien, a butcher. The family farm is located in North East Victoria, a hidden gem located on the banks of the mighty Murray River surrounded by red gum forests, pristine inland beaches and rows of majestic olive trees. Rich Glen produces 150 extra virgin olive-oil based food and natural skin-care products on the farm and collaborates with regional farmers using as many “local" ingredients wherever possible. The Vodusek family loves to share their beautiful property with visitors so they can immerse themselves in a truly authentic hands-on farm experience of growing, harvesting and custom making their own artisan food and skin-care products. Rich Glen is open by appointment only for pre-booked tourism experiences.
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Larwos wrote a review Sept 2021
98 contributions28 helpful votes
One of the (many) disadvantages of the pandemic, is the inability to spend time at this wonderful estate/shop/cafe. We’ve just finished our 1litre bottle of Poppy’s Favourite Dressing and not being able to travel to Yarrawonga to get a replacement and wander through the wonderful range of oils, dressings, dukkahs, plus skin care, all of which are created at the Estate, is so disappointing. The food at the cafe was delicious and original and as a Melbournian, I also loved their coffee. Oh well. Maybe we’ll get back there someday and in the meantime if you’re in Yarrawonga, you can still shop at their outlet on the Main Street. Also, it’s worth checking out their online shop where not only the fabulous dressings, but a range of balsamic vinegars and oils are available.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Johann S wrote a review Mar 2021
Sydney, Australia3 contributions
The local TIS recommended this place and we set off only to find it had bern closed for some time. A pity the local TIS had not been advised especially when tourists drive some distance to get there.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Response from Ros V, Owner at Rich Glen Olive Estate
Responded 9 May 2021
Our farm gate has been closed throughout Covid and all tourist centres have been advised that we are unable to re open as a result of Vic roads issues. We have opened a Rich Glen shop in town called RG provedore where we sell everything that we make on our farm so hope you did get a chance to visit us there, or maybe you were confused with being told we are open at the provedore. ? I know we have learnt a great lesson during covid and that is... You never know what sort of a battle people are fighting, mentally or physically. Maybe before you review a fa mily business so badly you should have a little think.
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BellySmelly wrote a review Mar 2021
Albury, Australia11 contributions6 helpful votes
Do yourself a favour and try the Vitamin C skin firming serum, it's awesome. A little bottle lasts months - seriously when they say one pump for the whole face, believe it. Take in your empty bottle and they will do refills for a discounted price, making it even better value. The body oil is pretty special too, I always get loads of compliments on how nice I smell when I use it.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Sue T wrote a review Jan 2021
Melbourne, Australia2694 contributions154 helpful votes
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Rich Glen farm is currently closed til approximately March 2021 but you can still visit their Rich Glen Provedore in the main street of Yarrawonga. The store is quite small but beautifully set out and well stocked. The customer service is still at its previous high standard. The shop was very busy and although you can order online I prefer to experience shopping instore to check out their beautiful products. Visit soon and enjoy.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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whiskybravo50 wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia245 contributions125 helpful votes
Been awhile since our last visit and is still a great place to visit. Staff are friendly and most welcoming. Food was up to their usual standard. Not licensed but apparently will be shortly. The Lemon Sponge was to die for.great place for the kids, plenty of space , games provided and pat the lambs and goats. Plenty of produce for sale in the store.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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