Wilmore’s Bluff


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This magnificent farm on the banks of the Tamar River at Rowella is home to one thousand crossbred ewes and one hundred head of cattle.

Join a tour through the historic apple shed, now converted to a shearing shed and learn about wool classing and baling. Then it’s out to the pens and paddocks beyond and a chance to get closer to some farm livestock.

Fleece suitable for spinning will be available for purchase on the festival weekend.

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What’s on the menu

We can't show you a picture of what will be on your plate at the Farmgate Festival dinners. The chefs are, at this moment, sourcing and selecting ingredients and beginning to cook. But we can tempt you with a few details. At Loira Vines' Four Seasons Soiree, you'll be greeted…

What to expect on the festival weekend

Just a few days to go until the festival weekend! We hope you're excited. We hope you've got your tickets too. They're on sale on the festival website, and we encourage you to buy online. At each of our venues, you'll find the owner ready to conduct a short tour.…

Info for buses

If you intend arranging for a bus tour to Farmgate Festival, please note that our venues are working farms and vineyards. They may have limited access for large vehicles, and may be on rough ground with unsealed roads or tracks. Please plan your tour carefully and contact our venues direct…