The Warratina Lavender farm was built in 1991, set into the foothills of the Dandenongs. It has grown to over 10,000 lavender plants, which are harvested by hand using a traditional sickle. The lavender that's farmed at Warratina is used to create a range of scented goodies, including as soaps, candles, essential oils and furniture oil. After wandering through the lush, purple fields you might want to stop by the estate’s tearooms for lunch or light refreshments.
Warratina Lavender Farm
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