• Narrawilly

    New South Wales

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  • About us

    Rural property established in 1859

    Farmer Rob

    A new generation

    Narrawilly, owned for generations by the Miller family, has been transformed by Robert Miller into a productive, efficient business.

    Narrawilly Farm

    Historical family farm

    Started in 1859 by Rob's great-great grandfather, Narrawilly has been a dairy farm ever since.

    Croobyar Farm

    Second farm

    Acquired in the last decade, Croobyar Farm is the neighbouring property where up to 500 milking cows graze beneath spectacular Moreton Bay fig trees.

    Holsteins

    Milking herd

    Our herd's foundations are from the Carmar and Glengowrie herds, and our cow families include the Pam, Toni, Gretchen, Myra, Carnation and Roletha lines.

    Montbeliardes

    Embryo program

    Our Montbeliarde herd is the largest pure-bred herd in Australia. We offer quality, productive Montbeliarde embryo stock to breeders and farmers across Australia.

    Smart milk

    Major supplier

    We are a major supplier of milk to Lactalis. Support us by buying Farmhouse Gold at your supermarket. Lactalis offers a range of smart milk and dairy products such as milks, flavoured milks, custards, yoghurts, sour cream and creams. More info.

    Cheese

    Supporting local excellence

    Our protein-rich milk is the first choice of local cheesemakers, including a an award-winning fromagerie producing boutique cheeses. More info.

    Homestead

    Built 1870

    Designed and built by Rob's great-great-grandfather, John Miller, who gained his wealth from the goldfields of Ballarat, Victoria. More info.

    Historic Milton

    National Trust historic village

    Narrawilly is located 1km north of the historic village of Milton on Princes Highway. More info.

    Sunflower highway

    Summers of sunflowers

    Every year we plant sunflowers along the farm's fence line which runs adjacent to Princes Highway.

    Calves for sale

    Beef-X and dairy calves

    Our beef-X and dairy calves are available for sale March to May and July to September from both farms (Narrawilly and Croobyar). Contact us for availability.

    Protecting the environment

    Landcare activities

    Re-vegetation and landcare have been underway on Narrawilly Farm since 1992. Since acquiring Croobyar Farm, more than 1,000 trees are planted annually.

    Supporting the local high school

    Calves in school program

    Year 9 students from Ulladulla High School are taking care of several of our calves at the school for a semester. Year 11/12 HSC agriculture and geography students spend time at the farm for their special projects. More info.

    Restoring heritage buildings

    Croobyar Homestead circa 1820

    Croobyar Homestead, which had fallen down when Rob purchased the property, is now being restored, and brought back to life.

  • Stay in our cottages

    Natural antidote to a frenetic, modern life

    Yellow Door Cottage

    Verdant views

    Sip wine in front of the wood-fire burner or simply enjoy the spectacular views of the Budawang Range.

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    Blue Door Cottage

    Tranquil location

    A perfect base from which to explore historic Milton Village and the beauty of the NSW south coast.

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  • Get in touch

    Address: E120A Princes Highway, Milton, 2538, NSW

    Email: narrawilly@bigpond.com

    Mobile: +61 437 564 148

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