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!
News & Events
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.
is a one of Australia’s top bluegrass bands. Don’t miss their FREE concert at 7 pm Saturday, October 4th, at the Manjimup Town Hall!
Ever been to a bush dance? If you have, you know you are in for a good night out!
If you’re new to the pleasures that await you, Caddam Wood have been running bush dances for about 25 years now in the South West of WA so they know how to organise people into having a great time!
Duncan, who also thumps and rattles the lagerphone, will call all dances.
Bring the kids and grand kids to have a great night out – children free, adults only $10 each.
Supper will be available.
Alcohol free event.
Manjimup Town Hall, centre of town.
Bush Dance 7 pm Friday,
For more information visit website http://www.manjimupbluegrassnoldtimemusicweekend.com
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Hear from our guests
Seven times we have stayed at this magnificent place. We have watched Floyd grow from a puppy to a loveable dog. The goats and donkeys are a treat to pat and feed. This time it was all about recharging our bodies with the pure relaxation you get from fresh air and the lovely sounds of the surrounds. Health permitting, we will return next year.
Graham and Carol Rockingham