Due to COVID restrictions announced on the September 1, Edendale remains closed to the public for visitors.Click & Collect purchases from the Indigenous Nursery are available.We will continue to keep you updated as the situation evolves.
All the basics on visiting the farm. Opening hours, parking, disabled access, toilet facilities, restrictions and more.
We have a range of animals to see at Edendale. Goats, alpacas, a variety of poultry, guinea pigs, spinifex hopping mice and some reptiles.
Opening hours :9.30 to 3.30 pm weekends9.30 to 3 pm weekdaysOur lovely Alfresco cafe with tables and chairs on the deck with a view over the farm and adjacent natural landscape.
A community led Art Society newly operating from the Homestead building at Edendale. Art classes and activities to come soon.
This community recreational space is right next door to Edendale and a great add-on to your farm visit.
The Diamond Creek Trail runs right alongside Edendale passing both our main entrances and the Eltham North Adventure Playground. It is the most popular shared use trail in the Shire, connecting the two major townships of Eltham and Diamond Creek.
Monday September 20 to Friday October 1 - Spring School HolidaysWe have some great school holiday activities planned - thanks to the extended lockdown they will be online but still lots of fun.
We sell a range of products to help you along the road to more sustainable living including compost bins, worm farms, Queensland Fruit Fly traps / nets and native plants.
Wander through our beautiful gardens and see our artwork made from recycled items.
Find out about Practically Green: Re-imagine Re-think Re-energise - sustainability events for Nillumbik