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930 Henty Rd, Dardanup, Western Australia 6236 Australia
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Welcome to Ferguson Farmstay, a family owned and operated business in the South West of Western Australia. Since its inception in 1994, Ferguson Farmstay has grown to become one of the most sought-after venues in the Ferguson Valley. Boasting 10 fully self contained chalets, a restaurant, amphitheatre and over 1,000 roses, Ferguson Farmstay is the ideal destination for your next family holiday or dream rural wedding. Ferguson Farmstay is located in the beautiful Ferguson Valley, only 30 minutes’ drive from Bunbury and less than two hours’ drive south of Perth. The chalets and restaurant are situated on top of the undulating Darling ranges, giving spectacular views of farmland and vineyards all the way to the Bunbury coast. If you look closely, you might even spot a ship docking in the Bunbury harbour. As well as offering the perfect backdrop for a beautiful wedding, Ferguson Farmstay is a place for families. We have a menagerie of farm animals for kids young and old, a large playground, a tennis court, basketball court, trampoline and large lawn area. Families are invited to participate in farm activities which take place every morning of their stay. The Ferguson Valley has developed into a fantastic holiday location for local and international visitors. There are microbreweries, wineries, boutique cottage industries and art galleries in the Ferguson Valley providing great local produce for tourists to enjoy. Whether you are looking for a family getaway, a quiet hideaway, an occasion to celebrate with friends, or just a weekend day visit, we welcome you to share a little piece of our paradise.
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noviceone1perth wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth46 contributions12 helpful votes
We managed to get a cancellation during school holidays. None of us had been to the area or done a farm stay before. What a beautiful location and a fantastic experience for us all. We are happy to recommend this place to anyone. Fun activities and the accommodation is very good.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Timothy H wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore6 contributions5 helpful votes
Our first-time in a farm stay and Ferguson Farmstay is definitely a great place to check out for a couple of nights if you are looking for a clean (or as clean as a farm stay could realistically be) and safe environment to be introduced to farm animals. Our 3-year old loves it and you can feed the various animals each morning, or throughout the day as well if you have scraps. Pony and tractor ride is a bonus. The host, Rosie, is wonderful as well and so is the rest of her team. Thank you! It's also nicely situated and you can visit multiple wineries around the area or go into town for a bite or two if you are there for a couple of days. My advice will be to buy some stuff back to cook for dinner and enjoy the night. It's quiet, wonderful and amazing for stargazing. Also, please cook the eggs that you collect each morning. It's perfect for breakfast especially if you do it sunny side up!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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amperth wrote a review Feb 2020
Perth, Australia24 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed in Chalet 6 with my 18 month old son for 2 nights. The communication and service was excellent both before and during the stay. It's a lovely property with beautiful roses and lots of activities for kids (playground, trampolines, tennis/basketball court). It's a nice quick drive from Perth which is a bonus. The view from the chalets is fantastic and sitting with a cup of tea/drink makes for a perfect, serene end to the day. My son enjoyed feeding the animals (goats, emu, kangaroo, pig, chickens, rabbits, ducks) and the tractor ride to feed the cows up close and personal! That was a lot of fun for adults too! Honeymoon pool and Wellington dam are only a short drive (30min) away, which makes for a nice outing. There are cafes/wineries close by open for lunch but bring your own food for dinner. Good water pressure and hot water too :D
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: all chalets have a veranda with an excellent view
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STurns wrote a review June 2019
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We had trouble booking online and did it over email, paying a deposit over $200 for the weekend. All was confirmed by email and we were sent a receipt confirmation. We showed up and were sent to Cabin 3. Then another family arrived. It turns out they had somehow messed up the booking and even though the emails all said that weekend, they entered it for some random date in August and put that on the confirm, which we hadn’t opened because we had the emails it was attached to all confirming the details. We said look it’s an honest mistake just find us somewhere to sleep. They tried to say we had called to change it (which doesn’t even make sense given the email times) but they booked us into Evedon down the road and said to us and Evedon on the phone that they would pay for that and the kids could still come see the animals. Not great but not horrendous. Then we checked out of Evedon this morning and they told us Ferguson had not paid them after all, and we had to. Embarrassed, and now down over $700 (our deposit plus the two nights at Evedon) we rang Ferguson. Apparently the proprietor changed her mind about paying Evedon and would refund our deposit instead. Not only is that an extra $250 for us, no-one bothered to even call us when they changed their minds, so we were surprise billed at Evedon reception and are now down both payments, wondering if and when we might see that deposit again. Guys, that’s very poor form, going back on what you said and not even bothering to call us. Ruined our weekend.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Adam_and_Lisa wrote a review May 2019
Perth, Australia12 contributions5 helpful votes
Great facilities, the family and staff are brilliant and extremely helpful and welcoming. The farm experience, feeding the animals was brilliant, there's ducks, chickens, cows, pigs, emu, ponies, kangaroos, rabbits and are all well cared for and loved. The view from our chalet was breathtaking, the chalets are quaint, clean and tidy Couldn't recommend this place higher.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ferguson Farmstay
Which popular attractions are close to Ferguson Farmstay?
Nearby attractions include Mt Lennard Mountain Bike Trail Circuit (5.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ferguson Farmstay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and kids activities.
Which room amenities are available at Ferguson Farmstay?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Ferguson Farmstay?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Ferguson Farmstay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ferguson Farmstay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ferguson Falls Wines Cafe, Hackersley Estate Wines, and St Aidan Cellar Door Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Ferguson Farmstay?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Dardanup Heritage Park (12.2 km).
Is Ferguson Farmstay accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.