Ferguson Farmstay Review

The Ferguson Farmstay is one of the most kid friendly places we have ever stayed.   With rose filled gardens and roosters crowing, stunning views, and rustic accommodation, this is one of the best farm stay experiences in Western Australia.

Ferguson Farmstay Review

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With 11 gorgeous rammed earth chalets, nestled on a  steep hill, you feel secluded with views of the rolling hills, an expansive star-studded sky and views of the lights of the city of Bunbury.

The chalets are rustic, but at the same time well-appointed.  Each chalet has fully equipped kitchens including a dishwasher and fridge.  As you are far from restaurants, self-catering or a BBQ outdoors is a must (and good for the budget).  Click here to see that latest prices to stay at Ferguson Farmstay.

Daily farm activities are included in the nightly room rate at the Ferguson Farmstay.  Starting at 8:30am each day there are emus, kangaroos, goats, ducks, chickens, pigs, and rabbits all looking for their breakfast.  Kids get plenty of chances to feed them!

This is followed by a short miniature pony ride, where kids ride shortest to tallest, and is sure to get a grin!  Then everybody is off for the highlight of the morning, with a tractor ride.  We all pile into a trailer and ride through the picturesque farm to feed bread to the cows!

Ferguson Farmstay is a polished experience.  Enough of the country to feel you’ve gotten out and experienced the countryside, but not too challenging to be uncomfortable!

The whole family enjoys their time, especially the kids!  In addition to the animal feeding there is a playground, goldfish pond, trampolines, and even the cutest little cubby house.

During our stay, the 10 chalets were fully booked.  About half of the guests were there for their second visit.  They said, quite simply, “our first 2-day stay was not enough”.  These families chose to come back for 3-5 day stay periods a second time, because they loved it so much the first time around.

 

A couple of families said that they felt Ferguson Farmstay was a better value for their money than other farm stays.  The others had longer minimum stay periods and premium pricing for peak periods like school holidays .  On the other hand, they rated the Ferguson Farmstay by far their favorite.  Mainly because they have a 2 night minimum stay.  It is also a short drive from Perth, as well as pretty clean so gumboots are not essential, and best of all there are lots of animals to feed!

Tips For Your Trip To Ferguson Farmstay

  • Bring your own food scraps from home so you can feed the animals when you arrive.
  • Rubber boots are handy, but not essential.
  • Need to bring your own linen.

Ferguson Farmstay Review

 

Other Places Near Fergsuon Farmstay That Come Highly Recommended

Evedon Park Bush Retreat 

A long time favorite located in the same area as the Ferguson Farmstay these are great bush cabins.  Evedon Park Bush Retreat has lakeside, self-contained cabins and apartments.  A great place that can accommodate groups of all sizes.  Click here to check the current rates for Evedon Park Bush Retreat.

 

Wellington Forest Cottages

Quite literally in the middle of the forest, these are quaint old mill cottages that look rustic, and charming.  We stopped here and had a coffee in the cozy restaurant & café and the kids admired the kangaroos.  Their cottages are fully refurbished and sleep up to 8 guests.  Click here to check the current rates for Wellington Forest Cottages.

 

Sanctuary Golf Resort

The Sanctuary Golf Resort is more of a traditional accommodation.  They offer studio suites to two-bedroom apartments, an onsite restaurant, and a beautiful outdoor pool area.  Click here to check the current rates for the Sanctuary Golf Resort.

 

 

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