Yimarra Farm


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Yimarra Farm offers an authentic and unique experience about being a small land holder in the West Tamar. Meg and Mark will share with you their small but developing mixed farm, situated at Glengarry.

As you are shown around their 14 acres bush property, you will meet the charismatic Alpacas, view the timbercraft and gifts and peruse the quality organic food that is produced in their garden and orchard.

Timbercraft knitwear and furniture are all available for sale as well as fresh produce including limited amounts of eggs, blueberries and garden vegetables. Tea and coffee will be offered to guests and the more adventurous may wish to go on a half hour walk around the property or try some edible flowers. A treasure hunt for the kids will ensure every one will enjoy their visit.

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