Farm House


Friday – Sunday LUNCH | Friday – Saturday DINNER
The original heritage farmhouse has the following spaces

Fireplace tables– a couple of cozy tables are available close to our beautiful big fireplace throughout winter. Be sure to request “fireplace: on your booking to secure your delightful warm spot throughout winter.

Veranda – A beautiful L shaped room that has views over the vineyards and paddocks. Heated and Air-conditioned Seat up to 50 guests

Sideroom/semi-private – a sweet room that gives a group of up to 16 guests some separation from others. This area is close to the entrance of the restarant and can be a good quiet option. It has two windows that overlook the front steps and an open fire.

Courtyard – Fully enclosed heated and cooled space surrounded by garden beds and a vined covered roof. Easy access to the bar. Often subject to a 3pm departure requirement. Seats 40 people, Standing 60 people

Pavillion – Large fully enclosed permanent marquee with wooden feature wall, feature lighting, heated and air-conditioned. Opens out onto Maxi’s on the Green. Seats up to 180 people, 300 standing. Often used to seat multiple groups, smaller tables of diners on our A la carte menu. Or booked by private functions for large groups.

Deck – Premium views, shaded by a beautiful big tree but is not weather protected. For this reason, we don’t book it ahead of time. Seats up to 20 people, 40 standing.

Max’s on the Green – A lawned space, set up with wine barrels, stools, umbrella’s, open fires at certain times of the year and home to our Golf Challenge Tee off. Only able to be booked by functions booking the full venue. Otherwise first in first to grab a spot. Great for casual get-togethers, kid-friendly, similar in vibe to your favourite pub beer garden but with exceptional views, music, and a seriously fun and addictive golf challenge.

Ceremony Site – Our custom-built ceremony space. A picture can tell a thousand words. It’s simply stunning. Easily accommodates ceremonies of up to 200 people. Not licensed