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Original homestead

The main homestead at Warrock remains largely untouched. The first section was built in 1848 and was completed in 1853. The glassed in portion of the verandah once had a glass roof to collect rain water for drinking. Underneath the verandah is a 12-foot deep...

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Vintage Machinery – Fordson Major

The Fordson Major got cranking for our open day on the long weekend in June. We are grateful for everyone who has assisted us in getting these classic machines back in action....

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Open Day Queen’s Birthday 2017

Over the Queen's Birthday Weekend, The Farquharson family opened Warrock for the first time in many years. The open day coincided with the Casterton Kelpie Muster and associated Casterton Festival. Warrock is after all the birthplace of the kelpie so it seemed appropriate! More than 100...

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Warrock buildings

Welcome to Warrock

Welcome to Warrock Station. The property was purchased in 2016 by the Farquharson family, who have leased the farmland at Warrock for the past few years. The Farquharsons run Angus beef cattle on the land at Warrock and have begun implementing a vast improvement program to...

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