Rose Cottage

Dead Horse Creek is one of two permanent spring-fed creeks flowing through our farm situated in picturesque Neerim East in a valley in the southern foothills of Victoria’s eastern ranges. We have enough rainfall (about a metre a year in non-drought years) to remain green all through summer and, with our two permanent creeks, we manage to escape the Australian archetype of the “Wide Brown Land” during summer. walnut hull opening

We are on undulating country at about 270 metres above sea level. We are adjacent to native forest on our south with open farms on the others. While the cottage (and new house) are on a ridge looking down on farmland and forest, we are surrounded on all sides by a ring of slightly higher hills that makes you that you are far away from the cares of the wider world

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