St Marys Seaview Farm Garden Retreat

In fine and sunny weather St Marys Seaview Farm is a paradise – to visit the platypus dam, to walk up the South sister for a 360-degree view, wander around the two acres of beautiful gardens or sit and gaze at the spectacular views.
In poor weather, it’s the perfect place to relax in the unique and rustic renovated old dairy, sitting with a good book by the comforting barrel heater.
As Wifi is limited with Telstra the only reception for mobiles, the attractions of the farm and surrounds provide a tranquil and ideal place for a digital detox.
Accommodation is in three en-suite units – one twin share, one double and one queen. All have magnificent views of ocean, timber covered hills and the distant mountains. The adjacent well-equipped kitchen and living area are conveniently available to guests.
BYO food – there are free herbs picked fresh from the garden. Chemical-free beef, lamb and frozen blueberries are grown on the farm can be purchased on site. Farmer Frank is always willing to talk about the methods he employs in sustainable agriculture.
Seaview Farm is a destination in itself as well as being central to many East Coast attractions.

Contact Details

686 Germantown Road
St Marys, 7215

0417 382 876
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