Nehill Brothers’ Farm Living History Reserve

A modern day farm showcasing traditional methods and animals you are not likely to see elsewhere.

The Nehill Brothers Farm dates back three generations to 1874 when Patrick Nehill bought the property. Brothers Alexander, Peter and Joe Nehill used draught horses and traditional farming practices to work the land and manage the property until 1978.

Visitors to the farm can see rare heritage breeds and animals no longer farmed in Australia including the Large Black Pig and Wiltshire Horn Sheep which do not require shearing.

Currently the farm has 14 Large Black pigs and 20 Wiltshire horn sheep and a Wiltshire Horn ram on display.

Nehill Brothers Farm is open every weekend and offers a farm trail for visitors to take self guided tours.

Nehill Brothers' Farm Living History Reserve - Planning your visit

Address:

97 Nehill and Alexanders Road
South Purrumbeete 3260 VIC

Open:

Nehill Brothers Farm is open to visitors every weekend. There is no charge for admission. The site contains a car park and pens with a farm trail for visitors to take self guided tours.

Phone:
Bookings Office on 03 9656 9889 Mon-Fri
Entry Fees:

Free entry

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