Grab your hat and let’s run through the best lavender fields around Australia!

Whether you are tantalised by the mesmerising smell, you are eager to indulge in a range of lavender-infused products, or you simply love nothing more than the look of meticulously kept lavender fields, we’ve got the sweetest and most enchanting activity of the year: visiting some of Australia’s most beautiful lavender farms.

Just in time for the upcoming lavender season, from New South Wales and back around to Queensland, we’ve found the 12 best lavender farms in Australia to visit in 2024!


The Best Lavender Farms in New South Wales:

<strong>Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm</strong>
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Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm

Found west of the Tarlo River National Park visitors will come across the meticulously managed Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm. The property, purchased in 1997, has since grown into one of the best lavender farms in Australia to run through. With a range of themed gardens to explore, Crystal Brook is home to its own kitchen where co-owner Judith prepares meals, morning and afternoon teas and a delectable range of lavender-infused sweets.

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257 Tyrl Tyrl Rd, Laggan, NSW 2583
<strong>Herbicos Lavender Farm</strong>
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Herbicos Lavender Farm

If you’re looking for a lavender farm near Sydney, Herbicos Lavender Farm should be your first choice for a full day of family-friendly fun. Just under an hour-and-a-half drive south out of Sydney’s CBD, Herbicos Lavender Farm is home to one of New South Wales’ largest naturally grown fields. Apart from wandering the mesmerising fields, guests will also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with a range of animals. Whilst you’re here, don’t forget to check out Herbicos’ shop – also one of the biggest lavender beauty suppliers in Sydney.

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440 Mulhollands Rd, Thirlmere, NSW 2572

The Best Lavender Farms in Tasmania:

<strong>Bridestowe Lavender Estate</strong>
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Bridestowe Lavender Estate

Located just a 50-minute drive from Launceston, Bridestowe Lavender Estate is one of Australia’s, if not the world’s, most famous lavender fields. The largest farm in the southern hemisphere, year round guests flock ($10 entry) to Bridestowe Estate to watch their charming lavender flowers slowly bloom. With Mount Arthur serving as a backdrop, Bridestowe is more than exceptional with finely manicured fields, native bushland and ornamental gardens – in just one visit you’ll be tantalised by all of Bridestowe’s beauty.

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296 Gillespies Rd, Nabowla, TAS 7260
<strong>Port Arthur Lavender</strong>
Photographed by Port Arthur Lavender.
Image via Tourism Tasmania.

Port Arthur Lavender

Just over an hour’s drive south-east of Hobart, lavender lovers will fall in love with this quaint lavender farm awaiting to be explored. Set on seven hectares of lavender fields, rainforest and lakes, Port Arthur Lavender also promises mesmerising views of Long Bay. With the fragrant flower and modern cuisine at their forefront, upon your trip to Port Arthur Lavender guests will be able to stroll around their lavender trail, take in the spectacular views of their surrounds and, to replenish your hunger from navigating, experience some of the freshest Tasmanian produce in their lavender-inspired cafe. One of the best lavender farms in Tasmania!

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6555 Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur, TAS 7182

The Best Lavender Farms in Victoria:

<strong>Lavandula Swiss Italian Farm</strong>
Photographed by Rob Blackburn. Image via Visit Victoria.

Lavandula Swiss Italian Farm

With 100 acres of tantalising gardens to explore, visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to this central-Victorian lavender farm. Passing Lerderderg State Park, just under a two-hour drive north-west of Melbourne, guests are offered a full day of activities. With their 1860 original homestead still standing today, Lavandula offers more than just a lavender field to frolic through. Whether you stop in at the La Trattoria Eatery & Bar, greet the farm animals or browse through their range of handcrafted aromatherapy products made on site, there is always something to keep you occupied.

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350 Hepburn-Newstead Rd, Shepherds Flat, VIC 3461
<strong>Warratina Lavender Farm</strong>
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Warratina Lavender Farm

If you’re looking for a lavender farm near Melbourne, Warratina Lavender Farm should be at the top of your list for a quick day trip. Starting their lavender farm back in 1991, since then Warratina has expanded to now house over 10,000 lavender plants making it one of Australia’s and the world’s most visited lavender farms. Here the plants harvested by hand using a traditional sickle and then dried and used for a range of products including food, beauty, household and, of course, decoration purposes. For your visit we recommend stopping by their Tea Room where you can indulge in a range of lavender-infused treats!

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105 Quayle Rd, Wandin North, VIC 3139

The Best Lavender Farms in South Australia:

<strong>Emu Bay Lavender Farm</strong>
Photographed by Elliot Grafton.
Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.

Emu Bay Lavender Farm

Sitting on the north-eastern point of Kangaroo Island, despite the fact that it is only accessible via a ferry trip from Adelaide’s port, Emu Bay Lavender Farm is well worth the visit regardless of where you’re coming from. Open year round, Emu Bay Lavender Farm pride themselves on their strong agriculture conservation and tourism. With tours available, a friendly cafe that’s perfect for lunch or their delectable range of products including loose leaf teas and oils, Emu Bay Lavender Farm should be on your must-visit list in 2024!

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205 Emu Bay Rd, Wisanger, SA 5223
<strong>Lyndoch Lavender Farm</strong>
Photographed by Drea Chong.
Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.

Lyndoch Lavender Farm

Just over an hour’s drive north-east of Adelaide’s CBD is the meticulously kept Lyndoch Lavender Farm – the perfect pitstop for any weekend adventure. Passing through Mount Crawford Forest, travellers will soon be bewitched by Lyndoch’s Lavender Farm & Cafe and all of its beauty. Ideal for wine lovers exploring the nearby Barossa Valley, for over 28 years Lyndoch has been a multi award-winning attraction. Home to the largest lavender farm in South Australia, this family owned and operated business will soon become one of your favourite places to visit in the south-west.

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Hoffnungsthal Rd & Tweedies Gully Rd, Lyndoch, SA 5351

The Best Lavender Farms in Western Australia:

<strong>Nannup Lavender Farm</strong>
Photographed by Dan Freeman. Image via Unsplash.

Nannup Lavender Farm

If you’re looking for more than just a day trip to one of Australia’s best lavender fields, then Nannup Lavender Farm might be just exactly what you’re looking for. Home to an exclusive campground for overnight experiences near Western Australia’s Margaret River, Nannup accommodates for everything including tents, trailers and caravans. Welcoming guests year round, be sure to visit Nannup in their full flower season starting in December and January. Of course, whilst you’re here, be sure to try their handmade lavender products including their iconic preserves.

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4365 Graphite Rd, Carlotta, WA 6275
<strong>Yanchep Lavender</strong>
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Yanchep Lavender

Operated by Karla and Gary with a combined mining background of over 30 years, since 2005 the duo have made it their mission to turn the previous lawn turf farm into one of Western Australia’s now favourite lavender farms. Set over 10 acres with each lavender row (65 in total) stretching out over 300-metres, Yanchep Lavender is one of Australia’s few lavender farms that grow, harvest, extract the oil and produce their products all on site. For your visit, be sure to pop in and prepare to be mesmerised by all of Yanchep Lavender’s beauty.

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272 Old Yanchep Rd, Carabooda, WA 6033

The Best Lavender Farms in Queensland:

<strong>Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm</strong>
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Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm

Best described as a hidden gem of the west, Karoomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm is far from your typical lavender farm festivities. Tucked in Queensland’s Mount Alford, under a two-hour drive from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast will end you up in a unique destination offering an experience like no other. With a chapel, gift shop, lavender farm, restaurant and a six-hectare boutique vineyard on site, this is one lavender field you definitely want to add to your bucket list.

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168 F M Bells Rd, Mount Alford, QLD 4310
<strong>Pottique Lavender Farm</strong>
Photographed by Courtney Atkinson.
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Pottique Lavender Farm

Just a touch away from Mount Wooroolin, Pottique Lavender Farm makes for the perfect day trip for any Queenslander. Easily accessible from the Sunshine Coast, since 1981, Pottique Lavender Farm has touched the hearts of many Australians with their pleasant array of lavender goodies. With their lavender-infused treats including scones, teas, ice cream and soft drinks at their forefront, for your visit we recommend you try their delectable lavender cheese and lavender liqueur produced exclusively by local distillers especially for this Kingaroy lavender farm.

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15645 D'Aguilar Hwy, Kingaroy, QLD 4610

If you love these beautiful lavender farms, then be sure to also Discover These 10 Best Sunflower Farms in Australia. Or, make your next weekend getaway destination a fruit salad dream with this guide to the 10 Best Fruit Picking Farms in Australia.

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Feature image: Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Tasmania. Photographed by Liam Preece. Image via Shutterstock.
This article was first published on October 26 2021. It was updated and edited by Hunter and Bligh on February 05 2024.