Diamond Forest Cottages Farm Stay is a peaceful, rural property on the edge of the beautiful tall timber forests in the South West of Western Australia; an affordable, family and pet friendly holiday retreat in a relaxed rural setting midway between Manjimup and Pemberton townships. Breathe in the fresh air; share special times with family and friends; be captivated by the magic of the misty mornings and the lengthening evening shadows. No matter what season or time of year there's always a unique experience waiting to become your treasured memory at Diamond Forest Cottages Farm Stay.
With over 100 friendly farm animals our daily animal feeding is a must do for the kids, where you can experience the kangaroos up close and personal, collect the eggs, spend time in the petting pen with the chickens, pat a horse, donkey or pony, watch the peacocks and turkeys strutt their stuff, check out our hungry pigs- Charlotte, Vivian and Wilbur, talk to the alpacas, hand feed our friendly goats and cows or maybe even bottle feed a lamb or two depending on the time of year. With a fully equiped games room including air hockey and foosball tables, canoeing and a dam stocked with rainbow trout there is plenty for your family to do at Diamond Forest Cottages Farm Stay for more information just look at our farmstay activities page.
Diamond Forest Cottages Farm Stay is a 50 acre farm with a 3 acre dam that is the centrepiece of the property.
Settle into the privacy and rustic ambience of one of four fully self contained western red cedar cottages which feature:
Located just 10 minutes South of the commercial hub of Manjimup and 15 minutes North of the natural beauty and tourism icons of Pemberton you will be close to wineries, cafes, craft shops, galleries, endless walking tracks and many more natural attractions. We are centrally located to Margaret River, Denmark, Walpole, Northcliffe, Nannup, Windy Harbour, Bridgetown, Balingup, Busselton and Augusta; you won't miss any of the attractions.
Diamond Forest Cottages Farm Stay. . . A gem of a holiday. . .