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Byramine Homestead

History

Byramine Homestead

Byramine Homestead and Brewery is a historical homestead built in 1842 by the famous explorer Hamilton Hume.

The Homestead is the oldest homestead in country Victoria and is classified ‘A’ by the National Trust ‘to be preserved at all costs’. This is due to the unique design featuring octagonal rooms and its local significance.

Originally the Homestead was on the Yarrawonga Run, however today it is nestled amongst one of the largest vegetable farms in Australia. 

Homestead Tours

Experience Byramine Homestead, which is one of the local attractions on the Farm Gate Trail, and take a journey back in time.

Wander around the beautiful and tranquil garden that is home to the oldest Elm trees in Victoria. 

Paddock to Plate

Enjoy a delicious Devonshire Tea, Ploughman’s Lunch, or something off the specialities’ board.

Sample the tasty Byramine Homestead chutney.
 

Boutique Range

A brewery and winery has opened within the grounds of the Homestead.

Come and sample the beer, wine and ciders on offer. Seasonal vegetables are also for sale, produce from the local farm Kelly Bros that surrounds the Homestead today.

Perfect Venue

The Byramine Homestead & Brewery is the perfect venue for a celebration. The Homestead is a wonderful backdrop for private functions, weddings and celebrations. 

Local groups are welcome, including Probus Clubs, Car Clubs, Caravan Groups, Lions and Senior Citizens. 

The Brewery is able to seat 60 guests or a marquee can be arranged. 

Contact Details

OPEN: Saturday to Thursday 10am-4pm (Closed Fridays)
ADDRESS: 1436 Murray Valley Highway
PHONE: 03 5748 4321
EMAIL: [email protected]
WEB: www.byraminehomestead.com.au