VIC Tourism welcomes A Fare With Nature @ Prom Road Farm in Foster, for all your holiday and travel needs, book your holiday today.Enjoy nature at her very best with 300 degree panoramic views over Wilsons Promontory, Waratah Bay, Corner Inlet and the Strzelecki Ranges. A Fare With Nature @ Prom Road Farm is centered on a 400 acre farm, part of a 1270 acre dairy farm, milking 840 cows which insures guests a secluded and peaceful visit. The two storey homestead offers guests in-house quality accommodation with the option of Bed and Breakfast or self-catering in a serene and relaxing setting whilst watching brilliant sunrises or the glow of sunsets which can also be viewed from Mt Hoddle (on property). The ground floor is wheel chair accessible with two spacious bedrooms. Bedroom doors open onto a large verandah and also adjoin guest living room and kitchenette with dining setting, lounge, air conditioning, combustion heating and television with DVD player. All bedrooms have televisions, bath robes, electric blankets, linen supplied and views. The first floor features a huge balcony overlooking views of garden with three bedrooms adjoining guest living room and kitchenette. All bedrooms have superb views, one queen with ensuite, and one king and queen bedroom sharing a bathroom with bath and shower and separate toilet. There is ample under cover outdoor seating on both levels to savour the views with a cuppa. A Fare With Nature is ideal for couples, couples travelling together and family vacations, offering accommodation central to popular tourist destinations which Prom Country has to offer: nature walks, pristine beaches, National Parks, boutique wineries, museums and art galleries. The property is pet friendly with miniature ponies and little piggies to view. Take home freshly picked fare from the two acres of edible landscaped garden, which caters for the five senses. There is ample car parking for boats and caravans surrounding the venue.
A Fare With Nature @ Prom Road Farm has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under? Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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