Wilmore’s Bluff


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This magnificent farm on the banks of the Tamar River at Rowella is home to one thousand crossbred ewes and one hundred head of cattle.

Join a tour through the historic apple shed, now converted to a shearing shed and learn about wool classing and baling. Then it’s out to the pens and paddocks beyond and a chance to get closer to some farm livestock.

Mandy and Carl will be joined this year by the spinners weavers and a number of local wool artists. They even have a coffee van on hand.

Fleece suitable for spinning will be available for purchase on the festival weekend.

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Farmgate Festival 2021

Farmgate Festival returns in 2021, connecting people with locally produced food. The festival will take place this year on 27th and 28th November, when a collection of small farm and rural businesses in the Tamar Valley will open their gates to the public for the weekend. Visitors can visit the…

What’s on the menu

We can't show you a picture of what will be on your plate at the Farmgate Festival dinners. The chefs are, at this moment, sourcing and selecting ingredients and beginning to cook. You will need to check back regularly for updates.

What to expect on the festival weekend

At each of our venues, you'll find the owner ready to conduct a short tour. They'll tell you their story, and a bit about what it's like to run a small, agricultural or food based business in the Tamar Valley. Check in at the Farmgate Festival Hub located at Muddy…