A farm stay and the snow!

We just came back from a whirlwind trip to the snow via Canberra. Part of our ‘ticking off things to do before we move’ list. It has made it even more clear to me that a tree change is the right thing for us. I have been snowed under (ha ha) at work since we got back, so I’ve fallen off the blogging wagon this week. I am hoping to catch up on all my favourite blogs over the weekend. For now I will share some pics from the trip.

walking on farmland

Exploring the farm

Perisher, snowy mountains

Pretty Perisher nestled in the snowy peaks

icicles hanging from building

Check out those icicles!

The farm we stayed on was wonderful. Highland Lodge farm stay. Great location, just outside Jindabyne, with views out to the snow-topped mountains. And such a good rate for peak snow season. Just 40 minutes from the snow. I would highly recommend it, perfect for families. Ros, our hostess, was so wonderful and friendly. The kids loved the animals and wildlife, and exploring the farmland.

kids exploring a hollow tree

lots of things to explore

farmland and snow capped peaks beyond

snow capped peaks viewed from the farm

kids running on farmland

space to run

Leftover snow from a recent fall - a first for the little one

Leftover snow from a recent fall – a first for the little one

shy sheep running on farmland

shy sheep

canberra parliament house

Parliament house – tick! look how rugged up I am compared to my husband. He’s pommy through and through.

Oh well, its back to reality for us. I wish we could have stayed longer, but work and school beckoned, but we have some wonderful memories.

Have a lovely weekend!
Teresa x

(P.s. I am not receiving any commissions from highland lodge farm stay)

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5 thoughts on “A farm stay and the snow!

  1. Oh the snow looks beautiful! My daughter asks every time it’s cold if we’re going to get snow….we’re a long way away in Western Aus, hopefully we’ll get to take them there one day!

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