Friend of the farm, Wendy Galloway recently sent us a message to say she had spotted an article in the latest issue of the Qantas In Flight Magazine, which mentioned Little Hill Farm in the story. The article is about the South West in general and highlights the diversity of the region and some of the things to see and experience in our wonderful area.
Adam and I were both surprised and happy to see Little Hill Farm mention in the story, simply because we are a very small player in the Western Australian tourism industry … it does however confirm our belief that if you do something distinctive in the market, you will gradually build awareness and if lucky also some appreciation.
Blackwood Valley – Text
The Blackwood Valley is home to a smattering of pretty towns all within easy reach of each other, making day-tripping a breeze.
Nannup, with its tea houses and yesteryear charm, is within wheel throwing distance of the award winning Cambray Cheese dairy, where you can drink wine and eat cheese while you watch the daily sheep milking.
Bridgetown’s Little Hill Farm offers tours and cooking lessons by chef Antonio Sita and at Sunnyhurst Winery, visitors can relax on picnic rugs among more than 600 rare and heritage rosebushes as they sip fine wines.
Other highlights along the South Western Highway include Tasty Edibles cafe in the town of Greenbushes and the endearingly quirky Balingup, which is home to top notch producers such as 4Shot Coffee Roastery, Rokewood Olive Grove and Whimwood Estate Wines.