Redbrow Garden and Guesthouse --- A unique Australian farmstay getaway near Canberra…
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All surrounded by an inspiring lakeside garden and wildlife refuge and described by some of our guests as:
'From exhausted soil and paddock to abundant ecologies, an example for us all and a privilege to spend time here.'
Redbrow Garden is a multi award winning oasis between the suburb of Hall, on the outskirts of Australia’s National Capital, Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Murrumbateman cool climate wine region.
Located 20 minutes drive from Canberra north, and close to many acclaimed wineries and renowned restaurants, Redbrow Garden is an ideal retreat for discerning Capital Country locals or Australian and international visitors to the Canberra region.
Our every aim is to ensure your comfort and enjoyment while you share the delights of Redbrow Garden and the local area with us.
Be assured that Redbrow Garden is a unique and special oasis but to avoid disappointment, please be sure that you are not seeking to replicate a 5 star city hotel experience.
Our "facilities" include the peace and tranquility of the surroundings , the enjoyment of a walk hand in hand, a game of tennis or a row on the lake. Numerous indoor and outdoor areas are set aside allowing for privacy or mingling with other guests.
If you are unsure of any aspect of your visit, if mobile phone reception and internet are vital to you or you wish to request something, please do not hesitate to speak with us before making a reservation.
Location map on 'Canberra location' page of this website. Do not rely totally on Google maps or your GPS. Please remember too that driving in rural areas is very different to driving in suburbia particularly in relation to distances, night driving, wildlife, fuel outlets, availability of food outlets and their opening and closing times, mobile phone reception etc.
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Things to do and see
It can also simply be the place for you to relax, rejuvenate and unwind. Take an early morning bushwalk to hear the songsters of the Australian bush, pick in season berries and fruit from the extensive garden or float silently amongst the reeds on the lagoon. Lounge lazily with a good book in a garden nook, or converse with the farm's inquisitive alpacas, Pedro and Amigo or the "Redbrow Girls" who provide your eggs each day.
Visit the regions acclaimed cool climate wineries which produce an amazing selection of Reisling, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Voignier, Cabernet Sauvingnon and Merlot vintages. Canberra Wineries
Canberra Guided Tours
Redbrow Garden does not have a restaurant, however a kitchenette is available to guests as well as a garden BBQ area. Most guests are thrilled by their dining experiences at award winning regional restaurants and cafes nearby.
If arriving after 7.30 pm (please advise us if that is the case),it is advisable to have dinner en route or utilise our facilities as local dining options can be limited due to closing times, available tables etc.
We can personally recommend the following great food destinations; Poachers Pantry ☎ 6230 2487, Grazing ☎ 6236 8777, The Green Herring ☎ 6230 2657, Flint at Shaw Vineyard ☎ 6227 5144, The Cork Street Cafe ☎ 6236 8217, or Yazzbar ☎ 6226 3138.
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The Canberra and Capital region has an extraordinary selection of wines, cheeses, olive products, organic fruit and vegetables, smoked meats, chocolates, preserves, lavender products to name but a few.Visit the Canberra Farmer's Market each Saturday morning at the Canberra Showground (Epic) the Murrumbateman Farmers Market on the 2nd and 4th Saturday each month or Hall Village Markets on the 1st Sunday every month
Information on the Murrumbateman region, between Canberra and Yass on the Barton Highway can be found on the community website. Murrumbateman information
Parents of children visiting or staying at Redbrow Garden should be aware that there are hazards to consider during your visit. Our large lake is a deep natural waterway and is not fenced. As a wildlife conservation area, the property is home to many species of birds, mammals and reptiles. Please ask us about any precautions necessary if you are unfamiliar with the Australian rural environment.
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