Glen donald estate

GLEN DONALD ESTATE…

Boasting produce that is ethically farmed and treated with the utmost care, ‘Producers of Excellence’ Glen Donald Estate features a fantastic range of lovingly made oil, vinegar and honey.

The Glen Donald Olive Grove is located in the historic village of Bumbaldry in the Central West farming region of NSW. The unique ecosystem formed at the base of the Yambira Mountain Range creates the perfect environment for the olives to thrive.

Continuing to attract nation wide attention, Glen Donald Estate host open days on select long weekends for visitors to see firsthand how their produce starts from paddock to plate.

They began this journey in 2000 by establishing and producing an award-winning olive oil. This gave them the confidence to expand, and in 2010 they planted olive trees on the slopes of the Yambira Mountains.

FARM TOUR

Experience the ins and outs of farming for yourself with this fantastic Farm Tour with the Team at Glen Donald Estate.

Meet the resident farm animals, take a guided tour throughout the property and sample the delicious seasonal produce.

Contact Glen Donald Estate to book your visit.

Address: 280 Kangarooby Road, Bumbaldry
Phone: 0418 471 006

Email: natalie@glendonald.com.au
Website: www.glendonald.com.au/

STAY – MULBERRY COTTAGE

Mulberry Cottage sits in the heart of Glen Donald Estate. Enjoy the opportunity to relax, unwind and explore the surrounding acres, olive grove, lake or take in the mesmerizing night sky. The cottage is a true combination of elegant country charms with mod cons.

The lovingly restored cottage allows guests to be immersed in the beauty and charm of country life. Mulberry Cottage is ideal for those looking for a peaceful escape, an adventure or a remote office with a great view.




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