Step back in time to this historic island farm. Churchill Island features heritage buildings and gardens, walking tracks and much more.
things to do
Learn about Churchill Island’s fascinating history in the Visitor Centre.
Stroll through the historic buildings and working farm.
Meet the farm animals including Clydesdale horses, highland cattle, sheep, ducks, chickens and peacocks.
Enjoy a meal in the licensed Churchill Island café which has spectacular bay views.
Walk or cycle around the island and visit Grant’s monument.
Take home goodies from the Farm Shop.
Enjoy one of the many events and markets.
Experience a piece of Victoria's heritage on this historic island, where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll through the fragrant cottage gardens and lawns. Coastline walks offer magnificent views of Phillip Island and Western Port, while the restored farmhouse and cottages provide a glimpse into the past lives of early Australian settlers and past farming practices.
Churchill Island, just off the coast of Phillip Island holds an important place in the history of European settlement in Victoria. The site of the first European agricultural pursuits in Victoria, the island has been farmed since the 1850's and in 1872 was purchased by Samuel Amess, former Mayor of Melbourne.
This tiny island of 57 hectares is now open to the public as an historic working farm that boasts significant natural and cultural values with world-class wetlands, ancient Moonah trees, heritage gardens and historic buildings.
The Visitor Centre features an exhibition on the history of the island, quality gift shop and licensed café. Enjoy lunch with a glass of wine whilst taking in the breathtaking views of Western Port. These facilities complete Churchill Island as a superb venue for public events and corporate and private functions
Churchill Island is the perfect location for functions and weddings.
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prices & booking
3 Parks Pass is your best option, click on the "3 Parks Pass" button below to find out more. 3 great attractions, one unbeatable price!
General admission: As at January 2010
Family (2A&2C) $25.75
Child (4-15 years) $5.15
Australian Pensioner (ID Req) $7.20
All revenue benefits Churchill Island.
Churchill Island Heritage Farm is open every day from 10am (except Christmas Day). Disabled parking, toilets and access throughout.
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Telephone 61 3 5951 2800
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