Lucieville Farm, established in 1903, has been fortunate
to stay in the ownership of one family up to the present time. It has seen six
generations live here and we are still very proud of the farms history and would
like to share its past with you.
Lucieville was first cleared and started as a small
orchard and dairy - today it has a tree plantation and beef cattle with a small
sheep flock, horses and a variety of interesting farm animals. We have since
developed accommodation on the farm to allow you to share our
Lucieville Farm Chalets is the perfect place to take the
family away to experience and be involved in the many aspects of farm life.
Imagine your children's faces as they milk a cow for the first time, bottle
feed the lambs or collect a fresh, warm egg.
If you are seeking a
quiet, romantic get-away or just want to escape from the hustle and bustle
of city life, at Lucieville Farm Chalets you can soak up the quiet rural
atmosphere with perhaps just an occasional four footed friend intruding on your
Situated on 136 hectares of undulating open paddocks and
natural bush land, Lucieville is a working farm with cows, sheep, horses,
pigs, alpacas, chooks, turkeys, geese and other interesting
There are a variety of accommodation options available for
guests staying at Lucieville Farm Chalets. These include open-plan A frame
chalets, large two bedroom A-frame Chalets and a large country cottage. Each
has the wonderful views and country atmosphere for which the farm is renowned
and offer rural-style comfort and privacy.
Each chalet is
fully self-contained with modern amenities including washing machine, small
kitchen with gas stove, pots, cutlery and crockery and microwave. For cozy
winter warmth, each chalet has a slow combustion wood heater and reverse
cycle air conditioner (pre-set at 24 C).
Lucieville is situated
within the South West Wine region of Western Australia,
only eight kilometres from Bridgetown. Lucieville is
ideally positioned to use as a hub to explore the many quaint surrounding
towns and visit local wineries.
We are only 3 hours drive
from Perth and 1
hour's drive from Bunbury.