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Enjoy a breathtaking walk through our beautiful flower fields at the Wanaka Lavender Farm, play a garden game, relax over a cup of herbal tea and interact with the friendly resident farm animals. Sample some of the many fragrant products produced on...more
Was lovely to stop off and wander around the lavender farm and try some tasty lavender ice-cream and cookies. The farm also has some animals and a great store, so a good opportunity to get out of the car and have a stretch on a...More
Definitely worth checking out on a visit to Lake Wanaka. The property is spacious and the environment welcoming which is complimented by the beautiful array of purple.
The Lavender shop also offers a wide variety of unique products which range great mementoes to very practical...More
We drove past the lavender farm and thought we would stop by and have a look. Entry was free but we paid $2 for animal feed so we could feed the sheep, pig and alpacas. It was very pretty and peaceful there however being winter...More
What a great experience to visit the Lavender Farm. Great, friendly & knowledgeable service. Good range of gifts for your-self family members & to post overseas! The lavender tea is a must try & of course beautiful small batch home baking & ice creams for...More
We came across Wanaka Lavender farm in our way out of Wanaka and I’m glad we saw it. It was beautiful, the stone cottage, amazing gardens and calming lavender smells. The gift store had something for everyone and a few little gifts were bought. The...More
This place was on the way from Queenstown to Wanaka and I just saw it on the sign and thought I’d visit ! It’s winter so it’s free entry as currently there were no lavenders blooming BUT still such beautiful fields, as well as some...More
Although no lavender was in flower when we visited, the farm was beautiful and a lovely spot to stop and enjoy a walk in the grounds and through the little shop. The highlight were the animals: two lazy Highland cattle, some talkative sheep and the...More
We stopped late in the afternoon on a sunny autumn day. There is a nominal fee to wonder the garden, but it was worth it. Although most of the lavender wasn't in bloom there was enough fall color to make it a worthwhile stop. Visiting...More