Historic Cottage

Sages Cottage Farm dates back to the 1850s and has heritage protected buildings and grounds. Captain Benjamin Baxter arrived at Port Melbourne from County Cork, Ireland, in 1837 and became the first European settler in the Mornington Peninsula district.

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Harvest Café is an inclusive café and provides hospitality training opportunities for Wallara clients.

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The Sages shop sells a wide variety of wonderful gifts, many made by Wallara clients of different abilities. Pick up a unique hand-made gift or piece of art. We can make gift packs to order.

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Sages Cottage Farm is a Land for Wildlife site and part of the Landcare network with ongoing support from volunteers. Over 100 bird species have been identified on the property.

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School excursions are led by Wallara Ambassadors who share their stories. Our clients love engaging with students and we break into small groups where students can ask all sorts of questions.

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Scheduled daily tours 10am Monday to Thursday. Bookings essential.

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Weddings & Events


Corporate Challenges

Team challenge days at Sages are like no other team building event you have ever attended. Get your hands dirty, construct something physical that will help our clients and/or the public to access better facilities. Work together with our clients. They really enjoy meeting new people, learning new skills and being part of a team. Watch how GPT inspired their whole supply chain to dig deep and help people with different abilities.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNOpUkRoTqg

In spring of 2018, three Wallara partners will head to the farm to raise more funds for a range of projects which will help us build Australia’s most inclusive farm.  To find out more, or to support their fundraising efforts, click on the logos below.