2023 Casterton Kelpie festival

We are open during the 2023 Casterton Kelpie festival. We will also have live music, food and beverages on Sunday, June 11th featuring Wade Northcott.

Join us for a fabulous PHYLLi hat party

We are beyond excited to be welcoming the super talented Laura Hall of @phyllidesigns to Warrock Homestead this June long weekend to host one of her infamous Hat Parties! Popular among the likes of Elsa Pataky & Delta Goodrem, PHYLLi hat parties are not to be missed. As well as having a wonderful day out at Warrock […]

We’re open for the Kelpie Muster!

We’ll be open over the Queens Birthday long weekend – June 10-13, 2022. Entry is $10 for adults, kids are free. All proceeds go back in to the restoration of the buildings at Warrock.

Historic photos

Thanks to Beryl Camilleri for sending through these amazing photos of Warrock and its former workers and inhabitants. So many people have been in contact to tell us their special connection with Warrock. We encourage anyone with historical knowledge of Warrock to touch base with us, especially anyone with photos and documents they would like […]

Kelpie Festival Open Weekend

We look forward to seeing everyone on the Queen’s Birthday Weekend June 8-11, 2018 for our open weekend. We have achieved so much since last year’s festival with the restoration of the dog kennels, the belfry, the coach house and of course painting the homestead. This year we will be open from 10am – 4pm […]

Casterton Car Club visit to Warrock

The Casterton Car Club had sunny blue skies for their visit to Warrock in June 2018. The vintage cars looked magnificent next to our heritage buildings. We have enjoyed numerous clubs and groups for tours of Warrock and we hope to have more open days and features day in the future.    

The bell tolls again at Warrock

Warrock Belfry

With heavy winter rain and freezing conditions, re-painting and refurbishing the belfry has been a tough task. However, under the leadership of Gary McGee from Blazeaid and a small team of keen carpenters, painters and canine observers, the job is complete. We must say a big thank you to Haymes Paint for a brilliant selection […]

Milling timber onsite

Warrock is located in the heart of Red Gum country along the Glenelg River valley. Because of the prolific number of trees, the farm is littered with perfectly usable fallen timber, exactly the same timber used originally to build many of the structures at Warrock in the 1840s. We are lucky enough to have the […]

Refurbishing the belfry

The belfry is one of the more decorative buildings at Warrock, and while the bell is still operational, the building encasing it was in danger of falling down! In the freezing and soggy Western Victorian Winter, we have had several volunteers working hard to restore this building. Work undertaken so far includes fixing the timber […]