Farms are located all over this great land – find one near you
Since TALGA was first formed in 1995 member farms have developed across Australia.
The oldest Lavender farm is Bridestowe Lavender in Tasmania and is open to visitors all year round. There are many new farms being developed, for example, Hahndorf Lavender in South Australia and Yanchep Lavender in West Australia.
If you are thinking of planting Lavender or just wanting to visit a Lavender farm, and experience the sights and scents of Lavender, use this listing and check out the farms in your State or beyond and create your own Lavender tour.
Members are always helpful in sharing their knowledge and will welcome you to their farms.
Please check the listing for farm opening times.
TALGA also has members who have retail businesses and sell the TALGA range of lavender products called The Scentimental Collection as well as their own Lavender products, handmade Lavender sachets, and Lavender essential oi
Please check the listing for business opening times.
First plantings in 2018.
Expect to open to the public in 2021.
Some 20,000 Lavenders were planted in 2015. Since then the farm has doubled in size.
Yanchep Lavender is the largest Lavender Farm in WA.
Gift shop and tearooms.