Situated 20mins from Pinjarra and 30mins from Mandurah bounded by Forrest and Southwest Highways is this recently renovated 100-year-old Jarrah Cottage. The 132-acre farm hosts a combination of domestic and native flora and fauna. A unique central locations a stones throw away from a popular crabbing spot at Heron Point, Pinjarra Race Club, Pinjarra Trotting club and the festivities Mandurah have to offer.
Your hosts James & Karen Fuller moved to Ibis Park Farm in October 2012 with our dog Maddy, alpacas and chooks.
The farm originally had two Jarrah cottages on the property and our family home. Unfortunately one of the cottages was damaged in a storm and demolished.
We currently run 20 breeder Murray Grey cows and 1 bull (Mr McGregor) on the property. There is one station cow (the red cow) on the property her name is Milly.
Our Alpaca family is slowly growing. The two brown alpacas are boys their names are Jacoba and Max. Our very cute grey girl is named Aurora. All our alpacas have names – Chanel, Destiny, Madam, Charlotte, Blossom, Zander, Will and Vincent.
You will also notice Babe’ the kangaroo. When we moved onto the property she was a joey with her mum and dad. Her mum and dad moved on and Babe became friends with our two brown alpacas. She can be seen on occasion chasing foxes with the alpacas (alpacas are known for their herd protection for sheep at lambing season). They will chase and kill foxes.
We also have our Muscovy Ducks who free range around the farm during the day.
Our chooks and roosters can also be seen around the farm as well.