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Farmstay near Mudgee

We had a wonderful stay at the Ba Mack Homestead in Windeyer near Mudgee with sheep, alpacas, goats, kittens and lots of dogs. Julie and Dave who run the farm are very welcoming and especially kids will love the feeding time with the animals. When we arrived we were greeted by Sally the little dog and my daughter automatically fell in love with her. Julie gave us delicious cake for the afternoon tea (butter-cinnamon and fruit cake) and I couldn't stop eating. It was our first farm stay and we all really enjoyed it. My daughter loved hanging around with all the animals and carried Sally everywhere we went. I'd love to return to Ba Mack for the shearing season and also have to ask Julie for the recipe of that butter-cinnamon cake, it was so yummy!
Another highlight was the kangaroo safari at dusk. It might not be a special thing for Australians but immigrants like us do get the kick out of real kangaroos. In the beginning I often mistook them with tree stumps but after a while I could see more and more jumping around. They are fast but luckily also curious so they never hop too far away.

Oh my gosh, I love that old oven!

Fresh eggs for breakfast and delicious cake for afternoon tea

Feeding time.

Sally, little darling

Time to sleep


Cass @foodmyfriend said...

I desperately want that goat! Do you think you could just smuggle it back for me? It could become great friends with Miss Flatpac!

Kristin said...

They were all so cute! Mae wanted to keep Sally, the little dog, so maybe we can combine postage ;-)