The farm was established in the late 1700s, and features a two storey homestead, Bunya Pine lined driveway and various farm outbuildings set on a prominent hilltop. It is one of the first European settlers farm and has some of Australia's earliest rural development.
The farm house is open to the public the first Sunday of the month and also has the Free Spirit Markets to check out.
I really liked looking at the markets, I brought 2 new hair ties and I got a great cookie with sprinkles on top, it was nice to look around and see different markets.
There were heaps of places for my sister and I to run around and we ate a picnic lunch there. I would like to go back for another tour of the old homestead.
We also enjoyed checking out the markets, we picked up some great kids hair accessories from Clips and Curlies, yummy fudge from Vickers FUDGE and home made natural soy wax candles.
- The farm is located on the corner of Norwest Blvd and Elizabeth MacArthur Drive, Bella Vista in North West Sydney.
- The outer grounds including BBQ and toilet facilities are open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk.
- The Heritage Precinct including homestead and farm buildings are only open on the first Sunday of every month from 9am to 2pm and this also includes market stalls.
- Don't wash the car before you go, depending on where you are lucky enough to park your car, it could end up very dusty.
- For more information you can visit their website Bella Vista Farm http://www.bellavistafarm.com.au/.