Ibis Park Farmstay is a approximately 100 year old 3 bedroom 1 bathroom recently renovated Jarrah cottage on 132 acre farm sleeping 6 people.
Ibis Park Farmstay suitable for families or couples wanted to get away for a peaceful stay. Just over an 1 hour from Perth. Ideally located 30 minutes from Mandurah and 20 minutes from Pinjarra. Our cottage is fully equipped with all linen, kitchen is fully equipped fridge, microwave, dishwasher and full gas stove. Reverse cycle airconditioning. Some childrens ball games and inside games. Television and DVD player. BBQ and outdoor setting.
Operating as usual
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one of my favourite alpaca pictures
Amazing sunsets at Ibis Park Farmstay
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Mother’s Day weekend special. Friday 11th May 2018 to Sunday 13th May 2018.
Chocolates and champagne on arrival.
Late check out noon on Sunday.
Weather permitting bonfire, toast marshmallows share cheese platter and nibblies with Jim & Karen Saturday night.
$400 total please contact Karen 🥂🐂🐮🌹🌷🐓
Thank you Premier Private Charters (Clare) we had a great day out at the Boxing Day Races great service
Buy fresh fruit and veg straight from the farmer at Caraholly Orchard. While you are grabbing some delicious food and coffee, feed the cows and explore the orchard every Sunday from 9am to 2pm. A great family day out in Dwellingup, just over an hour from Perth.
Our poor girls and boy trying to escape the weather under our front verandah
Ibis Park is celebrating our first twin calves both male, cow and calves all heslthy
Our Farmstay is featured in the following link for Peel / Mandurah
Our young bull Christian Gray is a dad for the first time.
Our first bonfire for this Winter season. Our farm guests from Perth , the children loved toasting their marshmallows.
We are having another bonfire tonight with our latest farm guests from Singapore.
Some recent pictures of our Grandson Tomas on holiday from Slovakia
First girl for the year
Another gorgeous boy.
Boy number 4
Happy 1st Birthday Ibis Park Farmstay we opened up one year today.
It has been a very good year.
We have met many wonderful people from Australia and overseas.
We look forward to our next year and meeting many more people.
Thank you Jim & Karen
Our newest arrival at Ibis Park Farmstay a cria (baby) for Destiny.
It's a girl looking for a suitable name for her beginning with the letter 'D'
Happy New Years everyone we hope you all had a safe and happy one. So while we had a day closed this week we have managed to put this awesome sand pit in the kids are going to love it, be sure to bring you hats and sunscreen ☀️
Last weekend was shearing day for our 11 alpacas they where all very well behaved. A big thank you to my niece Demelza and her husband Jackson for helping.
Thank you Michael for shearing for us.
Not forgetting my mum for getting the food ready for us and minding the kiddies.
The weather was awful but shearing went ahead under the hayshed
Poor little girl calf mum won't have anything to do with her
A few more visitors
Just opened my curtains a couple of late visitors last night at Ibis Park Farmstay. The alpacas are making themselves comfortable under our patio.
June 4th and 5th, 2016, we had a wonderful relaxing time at Ibis Park Farmstay. The cottage was luxurious and thoughtfully decked out. The kids had a ball playing games, riding on the tractor with Karen, (who gave generously of her time), and feeding the cows. Their tongues tickled us as we fed them and had me giggling.Highlights included seeing a newborn calf and toasting marshmellows on a fire. The boys loved the bonfire too! As seasoned Farm stayers this was a surprisingly impressive and much loved farmstay.
One of our latest additions Milly's baby looks like she is sharing a kiss with our dog Maddy
Ibis Park Farmstay has taken their first booking for the July WA school holidays. There are 5 days left on the calendar for this term break.
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