Alverstoke Farm 1842

Alverstoke Farm 1842
Alverstoke Farm (1842) is a stunning historic property located between Brunswick and Australind.

The first farm in the area, Alverstoke, was established in 1842 by Marshall Waller Clifton to produce wheat, barley, and potatoes. Clifton was the Chief Commissioner of the Western Australian Land Company.

Several thatched buildings were erected and most are still standing, having been restored. These include an original cottage and stables (c1842), dairy, barn, homestead (1886), and the Clifton School.

A Heritage Rose Garden contains over 200 roses, including Bourbons, Teas, Gallicas, Hybrid Musks, and Rugosa varieties.

Alverstoke remains a working farm and a popular wedding and event venue.



  • Function facilities
  • Large group-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Catering available on request
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