the home farm
How to find Bunyip
Bunyip is in West Gippsland, a one hour drive from Melbourne and two minutes from the Princes Highway.
Between Garfield and Drouin on the Princes Highway, take any of three turnoffs to the south.  Anderson Road is just south of the railway line and close to the Bunyip River.
Walhalla and the
Goldfields Railway
Gembrook and Puffing Billy
Philip Island, Inverloch
Mornington Peninsular
Bunyip State Park
Mount Worth State Park
Yarragon Village
Mirboo North Brewery
Wineries - Brandy Creek
               - Gypsy Creek
             - Wild Dog
            - Jinks Creek
         - Cannibal Creek
Serendipity Lavender Farm
Old Drouin Butter Factory
The Noojee Trestle Bridge
The Ada Tree at Noojee

Welcome to Bunyip

 The first European settlers came to the Bunyip area in the 1850’s, and the town was named after the mythical creature that was said by local aborigines to rise from the great Koo Wee Rup swamp.

Bunyip is built on a granite outcrop with extensive views of the surrounding countryside.  Today the district is part of the rich dairy and beef farming region of West Gippsland and the village of Bunyip supports a thriving rural community.  

There are several local wineries and restaurants, and it is an easy drive from Bunyip to either the beach or the forest.