Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

Mary’s Farm Cottages

fresh fruit, and feed the animals. There’s sheep, alpacas, rescued kangaroos, goats and poultry, as well as a vast selection of inquisitive native birds. Owner Carly Kenny says the best thing about living and working in the outback is the constant fresh air and ability to connect with nature daily. “I love the lifestyle and freedom of living in the bush,” says Carly. “I enjoy the sunrises with my morning

an ensuite or private bathroom and the dining and lounge room is ideal for a relaxing finish to the day with a comforting book. This working farm produces merino sheep and a variety of grains local to the Wheatbelt region such as canola, barley, oats and lupins. Observe the seasonal farm activities such as shearing, cropping and harvesting. Feed the farm animals, enjoy the abundant and colourful bird life and the exquisite wildflowers in spring. Take a picnic lunch to one of many picturesque locations on the farm, or fish for yabbies at one of its dams. Wander around the farm and discover the old stone cottage built by the Pustkuchen family that to this day remains unfinished. If you’re seeking a more modern experience that doesn’t skimp out on the animal life, Mains Guest House in Corrigin is one to consider. On the journey towards Wave Rock or along many a wildflower discovery trail, stopover at Mains Guest House and wander around the small farm, pick

coffee and sunsets in the evening with a beer or glass of wine.” Stay a while and, just like Carly, watch the sun as it sets over the nearby Corrigin Rock or bask in its spectacular morning rays over the eastern horizon. The clear, blue skies and star-filled nights guarantee a relaxing evening by the fire pit after a day of exploration in this colourful region.

A perfect base when exploring the Pathways to Wave Rock searching for wild flowers or overnight stop on the Public Silo Trail. Suitable for singles, couples or families. Relax and enjoy our clear blue skies, star-filled nights and feeding our friendly farm animals. • Self-contained with up to 3 spacious queen rooms • Luxurious bathroom with bath & separate rain shower • Kitchenette with fridge, microwave & coffee pod machine • BBQ on verandah overlooking farmland • 2 minute drive to the Corrigin Hotel and local Cafes • Basket breakfast with homemade bread and jam available on request • 6005 Bruce Rock-Corrigin Rd, Corrigin WA 637 • T: 0427 772 323 | The Wheatbelt | 37

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