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Welcome to Four Elements
Share new experiences with your kids
Catch a bonfire night
Neighbouring Vineyards
Friendly animals
Fun activities for the kids
Local markets
Sample local produce at the markets
close to attractions
Visit the local attractions
Make new Friends
Beautiful native flowers
South West's beautiful coast nearby
Enjoy the outdoors
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Chalets

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

The master bedroom is a generous with a queen size bed, and plenty of storage
Kitchen

Kitchen

The kitchen is full sized with a gas cooktop and oven, and a family sized fridge. It is equipped with everything you need to cook up a storm
Bathroom

Bathroom

Each chalet has its own bathroom with a separate toilet, and laundry
Living Room

Living Room

The living room is part of a larger open plan area including the kitchen dining areas. Chalets are equipped with free to air digital television and a DVD player. The wood fires have safety grills to ensure the little ones don't get too close.
Views of Nature

Views of Nature

The chalets are well spaced, you never look out at your neighbours. All you'll see is nature - here the goats are feeding in a paddock opposite one of the chalets, often there are many native birds and wild rabbits.
Plenty of Space

Plenty of Space

You can sit on the front verandah with a good book and watch the kids kick a footy in the generous area RIGHT in front of your chalet
Second Bedroom

Second Bedroom

The second bedroom looking from the window back into the room. This bedroom can be configured with either king singles as shown or a king double. Let us know your preference when you are booking.
Layout Map

Layout Map

Many of our customers ask us which chalets are where - we have annotated the following map (courtesy of Google Maps) to assist.

Animals

Collect Your Eggs

Collect Your Eggs

The kids will really enjoy collecting eggs for breakfast. We quite often have a posse of your kids camping outside the chicken coop waiting for the first egg of the day!
Friendly Goats

Friendly Goats

Goats are naturally very inquisitive and ours have become quite tame, approached quietly they will come over to munch on just about anything that is offered to them.
Hogan The Horse

Hogan The Horse

Hogan is a favourite with the girls particularly and is always friendly to anyone with a carrot or apple to offer. He is a standardbred horse (often bred for harness racing) enjoying a lazy retirement with us.
Twin Lambs

Twin Lambs

Our sheep are mostly Suffolk crossed with Texel, with the odd bit of merino here and there. They are proper farm animals rather than pets (like the goats) and are a little afraid of people. This photo represents the investment of considerable time and patience!
Suzy the Dog

Suzy the Dog

Suzy is a drop out from sheep dog school. She is very affectionate and playful and that turned out to be her undoing, she was too friendly with the sheep. We have adopted her and she makes a perfect companion for the boys and guests kids alike.
Tom the Turkey

Tom the Turkey

Did you know male turkeys are called Toms and females are Jennys. We have one Tom and three Jennys, they always put on a show when people approach.
Two little pigs

Two little pigs

We have recently taken on raising pigs, these two little Berkshire pigs are pictured here at about 8 weeks old. They will grow rapidly and be returned to the farm they came from at about six months old, with some of their younger siblings replacing them.
Ducks On The Move

Ducks On The Move

We now have quite a number of ducks. They are real characters always making a mess in any water around the place, they are quite the noisiest on the farm

Scenes Around the Farm

Flowering Natives

Flowering Natives

Over the last 15 years we have planted quite a few flowering natives, so many that at almost any time of the year something is putting on a display
Chickens Hanging About

Chickens Hanging About

We let the chickens out most afternoons and they really enjoy getting into the dirt. Unfortunately they are great diggers and in their search for food or a cool place to lay about they can be very destructive
Bottle Brush

Bottle Brush

Flowers like this bottlebrush attract a myriad of small birds
Full Dams

Full Dams

During winter and into the early part of summer the dams are full and a very attractive backdrop for the chalets. This photo shows the spacing between units, if you click on the image you should be able to make out two chalets in the background (one is behind the trees)
Nature On Your Doorstep

Nature On Your Doorstep

Sitting quietly on the verandah is often rewarded with visits from wild birds. See how many you can find in this photo
Pincushion Hakea

Pincushion Hakea

The Pincushion Hakea has to be up there with the prettiest of our native flowers. As you can see the bees think they are pretty special too
Space To Ride

Space To Ride

Bring the kids bikes - for the little ones there plenty of space to ride around the farm. For the big kids (and their parents) there are a bunch of trails in the area that provide a more challenging ride (See our Ideas and Offers page for details of one ride)