Run Through Fields of Lavender at These Lavender Farms in NSW
If you’ve ever dreamt of running through a field of lovely purple lavender, lavender farms in NSW are definitely a thing and are open to the public!
Wonder what lavender is good for? From curing headaches to assisting with insomnia, mental health issues and even hair loss, there isn't much lavender can’t do! Lavender is part of the mint family and is a gloriously colourful flowering plant that has some pretty impressive health benefits and aromatherapy perks, not to mention it smells incredible!
Please note that these details are correct at the time of publishing (October 2021) but can change at any time. It's best to ring the farm/s before visiting to check they are still open.
Top Five Lavender Farms in NSW
The Best Time to Visit Lavender Farms
Peak lavender season in NSW is usually throughout December and January when they are in full glorious bloom. If you're keen to peruse the purple blooms before then, some lavender farms get ready for the lavender season in October, and some farms are open all year round!
1. Crystal Brook Gardens & Lavender Farm
Located just outside the quaint village of Laggan NSW, Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm peak lavender season is usually in December and January but the lovely grounds and the nine unique gardens on display are stunning to visit all year round. They also have an onsite Parisian-style café and shop selling lavender products and yummy jams and chutneys, plus they are opening their spring garden for spring bulbs and fruit picking from Sunday 17 October 2021.
Location: 257 Tyrl Tyrl Road, Laggan
2. Herbicos Lavender Farm
Rolling fields of blooming lavender, farm animals, a kids’ playground, spa, and even ping-pong, Herbicos Lavender Farm certainly offers up the goods for visiting families. Located in picturesque Thirlmere, Herbicos Lavender Farm is spread out across 25 hectares of thriving land and is known for producing some of Australia’s most nourishing lavender products.
Location: 440 Mulholland Road, Thirlmere
3. Maryvale Lavender Farm
Maryvale Lavender Farm is located in Coolagolite on the stunning Sapphire Coast and is home to an impressive 10,000 lavender plants. The farm is also home to gorgeous macadamia trees, pecan trees, fruit trees and tonnes of antique collectibles for antique fans. Visitors to the farm are welcome to visit any time of the year and can go home with quite a nice handful of locally made lavender products as well as jams, pickles, candles and even glass goods - just make sure you call ahead before you pop in!
Location: 821 Cobargo Bermagui Road, Coolagolite
4. Rustique Lavender Farm
If you're looking to stretch your driving legs and head a bit further afield, Rustique Lavender Farm near Wagga Wagga is a charming and rustic country outing. Growing plenty of lavender and heritage roses to ogle the eyes, a trip to Rustique Lavender Farm will get the family off the beaten track and out into pure nature for a few hours. All Rustique's handmade lavender products are available at the gift shop and who knows, you might get a visit from some of their friendly alpacas while visiting!
Location: 7979 Tumbarumba Road, Wagga Wagga
5. Wyoming Lavender Estate
If you're heading up north for a holiday, we highly recommend adding Wyoming Lavender Estate to your road trip itinerary. Located around six hours north of Sydney, the lavender farm grow, harvest and distil all their own lavender in picturesque Mount Russell. Their farm doors are open from Monday to Saturday (9.30 am to 2.30 pm) plus they sell the most beautiful pure lavender essential oils, dried lavender, personal care items, and gifts.
Location: 903 Mount Russell Road, Mount Russell
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