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  • morrisonswinerymoama - Morrisons Winery & Restaurant @morrisonswinerymoama 17 minutes ago
  • Wrap your laughing gear around one of these @1710brewco brews!
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One of our resident Kookaburras knows we’re in for a warm sunny day here at the winery. 
Come join us, seating available indoors and outdoors!!!
We will be closing earlier than usual for a lovely local wedding.
✌🏽Happy Saturday!!!! Wrap your laughing gear around one of these @1710brewco brews! 🍻😂🐧 One of our resident Kookaburras knows we’re in for a warm sunny day here at the winery. Come join us, seating available indoors and outdoors!!! We will be closing earlier than usual for a lovely local wedding. ✌🏽Happy Saturday!!!!
  • Wrap your laughing gear around one of these @1710brewco brews! 🍻😂🐧 One of our resident Kookaburras knows we’re in for a warm sunny day here at the winery. Come join us, seating available indoors and outdoors!!! We will be closing earlier than usual for a lovely local wedding. ✌🏽Happy Saturday!!!!
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  • life_at_little_oak_farm - Little Oak, Huon Valley TAS @life_at_little_oak_farm 2 hours ago
  • Good morning/evening/hello wherever you are in the world. Thank you to the lovely @sam_and_wild_violet_garden who shared us for #followfriday and those who've jumped on recently who we'd like to introduce ourselves to and say hello and welcome 🙋
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We are Pip and Hugo, and we recently added to our family with our 6 week old daughter, Inès. We are also home to our pup, Wednesday and our chook crew headed up by Bruce, the rooster. Hugo works from the farm as a Project Manager for a company in Melbourne and I was an Events and Exhibitions Designer/Manager before I retrained as a horticulturist and have turned my design degree to that of gardens.
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We've been here at Little Oak for 8 years having moved from Sydney to create a new life where we were surrounded by nature, had space to grow our own food and flowers, organically and as our love of gardening grew, the joy of creating habitat for our critter friends did too. We have 32 acres, just under 2 is the house paddock which includes our cottage garden and food garden. Our cottage is 110 years old and is slowly being renovated which we also share as we do it. We have plans to build a second dwelling also for friends, family and other guests.
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The further 30 acres we have, we've raised pure bred Berkshire pigs on for a number of years, though currently we are pig free while we fix fencing and focus on bub and the house paddock. Approximately half of this 30 acres is pasture, the other half is bushland with gum and Silver Wattle forests, a creek with age old man ferns and some leftover stands of pine from its plantation days. There is also a dam, a number of deep gully's and a healthy amount of out of control blackberry, Little Oak having once been a berry farm and orchard. We plan to keep the bush, bush and continue to clean out weed species for our wildlife mates and regenerate areas with native species.
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It's not a short game, overhauling a property left unloved for quite some time and those first few years were a terribly steep learning curve but we persevered and have prevailed and the seasons of life here at Little Oak are now second nature to us, just in time to pass that on to our girl 😘 Good morning/evening/hello wherever you are in the world. Thank you to the lovely @sam_and_wild_violet_garden who shared us for #followfriday and those who've jumped on recently who we'd like to introduce ourselves to and say hello and welcome 🙋 . . We are Pip and Hugo, and we recently added to our family with our 6 week old daughter, Inès. We are also home to our pup, Wednesday and our chook crew headed up by Bruce, the rooster. Hugo works from the farm as a Project Manager for a company in Melbourne and I was an Events and Exhibitions Designer/Manager before I retrained as a horticulturist and have turned my design degree to that of gardens. . . We've been here at Little Oak for 8 years having moved from Sydney to create a new life where we were surrounded by nature, had space to grow our own food and flowers, organically and as our love of gardening grew, the joy of creating habitat for our critter friends did too. We have 32 acres, just under 2 is the house paddock which includes our cottage garden and food garden. Our cottage is 110 years old and is slowly being renovated which we also share as we do it. We have plans to build a second dwelling also for friends, family and other guests. . . The further 30 acres we have, we've raised pure bred Berkshire pigs on for a number of years, though currently we are pig free while we fix fencing and focus on bub and the house paddock. Approximately half of this 30 acres is pasture, the other half is bushland with gum and Silver Wattle forests, a creek with age old man ferns and some leftover stands of pine from its plantation days. There is also a dam, a number of deep gully's and a healthy amount of out of control blackberry, Little Oak having once been a berry farm and orchard. We plan to keep the bush, bush and continue to clean out weed species for our wildlife mates and regenerate areas with native species. . . It's not a short game, overhauling a property left unloved for quite some time and those first few years were a terribly steep learning curve but we persevered and have prevailed and the seasons of life here at Little Oak are now second nature to us, just in time to pass that on to our girl 😘
  • Good morning/evening/hello wherever you are in the world. Thank you to the lovely @sam_and_wild_violet_garden who shared us for #followfriday and those who've jumped on recently who we'd like to introduce ourselves to and say hello and welcome 🙋 . . We are Pip and Hugo, and we recently added to our family with our 6 week old daughter, Inès. We are also home to our pup, Wednesday and our chook crew headed up by Bruce, the rooster. Hugo works from the farm as a Project Manager for a company in Melbourne and I was an Events and Exhibitions Designer/Manager before I retrained as a horticulturist and have turned my design degree to that of gardens. . . We've been here at Little Oak for 8 years having moved from Sydney to create a new life where we were surrounded by nature, had space to grow our own food and flowers, organically and as our love of gardening grew, the joy of creating habitat for our critter friends did too. We have 32 acres, just under 2 is the house paddock which includes our cottage garden and food garden. Our cottage is 110 years old and is slowly being renovated which we also share as we do it. We have plans to build a second dwelling also for friends, family and other guests. . . The further 30 acres we have, we've raised pure bred Berkshire pigs on for a number of years, though currently we are pig free while we fix fencing and focus on bub and the house paddock. Approximately half of this 30 acres is pasture, the other half is bushland with gum and Silver Wattle forests, a creek with age old man ferns and some leftover stands of pine from its plantation days. There is also a dam, a number of deep gully's and a healthy amount of out of control blackberry, Little Oak having once been a berry farm and orchard. We plan to keep the bush, bush and continue to clean out weed species for our wildlife mates and regenerate areas with native species. . . It's not a short game, overhauling a property left unloved for quite some time and those first few years were a terribly steep learning curve but we persevered and have prevailed and the seasons of life here at Little Oak are now second nature to us, just in time to pass that on to our girl 😘
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