As of 2019 Lavender Valley Farm is purely a Wedding and private function venue spot, however it wasn’t always the case.

Situated on a small (50 acres) privately owned family farm bought in 2005, Lavender Valley Farm was created in the picturesque Chapman Valley.  Whilst originally a variety of essential oil producing lavender was planted over approx 5 acres for essential oil production, nowadays only french dentata lavender is grown due to its aesthetic purposes in the mild winter season.

Native animals, galahs, cockatoos and the very occasional echidna are frequent visitors to a central uncleared hill on the property.

Initial plantings started in 2006 and 2008 brought about the development of natural products utilising Lavender Essential Oil in association with leading Perth aromoatherapist Joanne Lang.  Production of our Natural Product Range is no longer in existence.

In 2009 the rammed earth building was complete.  This beautiful building overlooking the Moresby Ranges out to the west, has been both a seasonal cafe to the public and continues to be a beautiful backdrop for weddings.  

Our peak flowering season is after the first winter rains (approx.  end May to end September).  On occasions the farm is open to the public to enjoy Farm Feasts (a set lunch menu) during August and September.

Lavender Growing at Lavender Valley Farm in the picturesque Chapman Valley WA