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Friday March 30, 2018

We offer a high-quality farm tour which give you the opportunity take in an interesting mix of the agricultural enterprises undertaken here at "Westpoint", along with an insight into our philosophy, approaches and attitudes to farming, the environment and our rural community.

 

It is our hope to provide a gateway for curious consumers to learn more about the source of their food and fibre production by sharing our family's farming story.

Enjoy a tour of our family farm "Westpoint" seeing seasonal farming activities underway. Some of the activities that will be on offer (depending on seasonal activity) include:
Watch our kelpies in action as they participate in a sheep dog trial.
See our horses and horsemanship on show while we put on a campdrafting exhibition.
Tour local site "The Rocks" and experience first hand some indigenous heritage by viewing tools, carvings and artwork.
Experience country hospitality and enjoy some homegrown Outback Lamb for lunch - grown on the farm and personally prepared for you.
Explore some of our untouched country and (hopefully!) see native flora and fauna in their natural habitat.
Easter Long Weekend, 2018

The annual Tullamore Irish Music Festival celebrates the entire range of all things Irish - that is, the Irish, the near-Irish, the stereotypically Irish and the not-really Irish. 

In 2018 The Tullamore Irish Music Festival is celebrating the best of two great cultures.  John Williamson will be flying the Australian flag with a two hour concert on Saturday afternoon and flying the Irish flag is the Barley Shakes, Maria Ford and Blackwater Irish Band.

As well as great music the festival also will be offering Irish Food, Irish dancing,  and a shearing demonstration.  The festival commences on  Good Friday evening with the opening of the art show.  Easter Saturday is the main day beginning with the famous street parade and then a day full of music dancing and laughter. 

Tickets are $60 for the entire weekend and kids under 18 are free.  It’s a family festival with a big dose of Irish.  Stay the weekend and camp under the amazing stars and get into the Irish Spirit.