News & Events
Paul has completed the river walk in front of Clover Cottage. The land title goes back to 1865 and we own half across the river, so our river walk entices our guests right down to the water edge. Just beautiful all year round. Will also offer some perfect wedding photo opportunities for any weddings taking place at Clover Cottage
We have just had a cancellation for a 4 night stay for Cottage 4. Visit our website for more information and to book. www.clover-cottage.com.au
Very exciting! The Style Est has booked a small wedding for the end of the year at Clover Cottage with a reception in the barn! Good excuse to keep developing the gardens and finish the paving!!!
Toby Mason (13) , one of our young guests is not only a talented fisherman, but also a creative photographer. The rainbow trout was landed with a lure on the bank of of one of the home lakes at Clover Cottage. The redfin perch was caught in the Warren River. Check out the colour of the tail and fins!
Fishing will be better than ever in the near future at Clover Cottage. The construction of better trout growing facilities means more fish in the near future for stocking the lakes on the home property, as well as providing stock for sale for farm dams and aquaponic projects
The new trout farm venture is underway. The trout are growing fast ready and will soon be moving into their new location. Exciting times ahead!
Do you enjoy the delights of spring in the country? The Southern Forests is blooming with wildflowers and birds everywhere!! Take a drive into Lake Muir Bird Observatory and take the time to just observe the abundant water, wetlands and forest birdlife. The area is an important stopover for the migratory birds,as well as the local species. Lake Muir is approximately 50 km southeast of Manjimup on the Muir Highway.
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Our first family holiday in a long time lead us to this amazing place. We all found something that we loved the best. Olivia’s favourite were clearly the donkeys and she wanted to feed them all the time. Emily loved the wood fire and Ben loved the donkeys and the chooks. Nicole loved the tranquility and the beautiful scenery. Tom’s favourite part was the fly fishing lesson for fishing trout. We all loved everything and enjoyed our stay very much.
17th July to 20th July 2013
Nicole and Tom from Perth