Country Dining in Southwest

Feel like trying out some country cuisine in a beautiful historic setting?  Next time you are heading down south to Clover Cottage for a cosy winter weekend break, consider including a special dining experience  at Dingup House. This beautiful home was built in the same era as Clover cottage in 1870 for Thomas Giblet.  It was a meeting place for families in the district in the 1890s, including the Wheatley family.  Resident chef Peter and his wife Lynn invite you to join them for  a special  meal which showcases local produce.  As bookings are essential, remind us to book for you when you come and stay!

Experience the culinary tastes of local produce created by resident chef Peter.

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We had a wonderful weekend.. It was wonderful having breakfast out on the balcony.  Here are some of the birds we saw on the block over the weekend.

Wood duck, White faced heron striped(?) pardolote, spotted pardolote, red winged wren, splendid wren, yellow rumped  thornbills, western garygone,red wattle bird, western spine bill, New Holland Honeyeater, Brown Goshawk, Australian Magpie, Western Rosella, Ring Necked Parrot,Tawny Frogmouth, Willy Wagtail, Australian Raven, Australian Reed-Warbler, Shining Bronze Cuckoo,Silver eye.

Cheers Robyn Garetin, Linden and Morgan

The birds we saw over a weekend