The new property from the Wolf-Tasker family and the team behind the iconic Lake House, Daylesford.
A serviced Lodge with six private suites, bake house, productive farm, olive grove and vineyard – just 10 minutes from Daylesford, 90 minutes from Melbourne.
The 38-acre regenerative farm, set amid rolling hills in the hamlet of Musk, seven kilometres from Daylesford, features an extensive and productive vegetable garden, a vineyard, established olive grove and an orchard of 350 heritage fruit trees. The European-style Lodge, complete with a cellar has been exquisitely decorated with custom-made furniture and offers luxurious accommodation for up to 12 guests.
“Having our own productive farm has been a long-held dream for me and the team at Lake House. It means that the vast majority of produce we serve now comes entirely from the local area. It’s also the next step for us and the Lake House family to close the loop on the immersive food-focused experience for all our guests”. —Alla Wolf-Tasker AM, Culinary Director
Dairy Flat Farm currently supplements what existing suppliers are unable to provide to Lake House, as well as allowing the chefs and gardeners to experiment with growing rare and interesting vegetables, fruit, and herbs.
One of Dairy Flat Farm’s most exciting features is the bake house specialising in slow-fermented sourdough and viennoiserie. It sits within an existing semi-underground cellar space accessed via a tunnel beneath the Lodge.