Our beautiful 1890’s cottage the Chapel is returning to the business after a two year hiatus (actually Steve and Jayne’s home for that time) new flooring in today, we’ve been […]
The News as it Happens
We’ve settled into a new normal really well dealing with Covid. Our activities are running fine , spread over a bit more time. Pony rides are good and our Natural Horsemanship Experience is just the tonic for some ‘me’ time with like minded people. All our focus is on weekends and school holidays, outside of the school holidays we have no mid week supervised activities. Lodges are available (Tuesday to Thursday)
Come the weekend it’s all about our guests and their kids and we’re loving it. Get that short break you need and deserve, come on down to the farm.
After a long dry spell we’ve had some good rain, cows are pretty pleased (so are we)
After some welcome rain showers it seemed like a really nice idea to get the canoes on the water.
The school holidays went well and we were really chuffed to receive this letter from a family who spent the day with us. This is why we all love our […]
Even though the kids are enjoying time away from the classroom, I needed to keep the lessons going for Archie. He was chasing a Wallaby around yesterday (funny considering he […]
The weekend storms brought much needed rain to the farm (although 304ml was rather more than expected…). Our wetlands project of 9 years was swept away and so was a major section […]
Three schools in during the week everything went well. The wind was annoying, really strong and it completed dried everything out after that wonderful 12mm of rain, so our crop […]
On Saturday May 21 and Sunday 22nd we will be offering coaching by renowned sheep dog and yard dog event Judge, Jim Luce. There are limited spots available so if you […]
ANZAC day has a special place in our hearts at Mowbray Park FarmStay. After World War 1 many returning Australian veterans spent time on the farm recovering from the trauma […]
Our Natural Horsemanship Camps are very popular. Children aged between 8 and 16 years come and stay for five days. During the five days they learn natural horsemanship skills and […]