Ripe with history, the Byramine Homestead was built in 1842 by famous explorer Hamilton Hume.
Now housing an onsite brewery and cider house, it’s the ideal place to get acquainted with the heritage of the land while sipping on boutique beers, fresh ciders and a selection of wine.
If the sun’s out, plant yourself under the shade of the oldest Elm trees in Victoria within the Homestead’s garden and enjoy a ploughman's lunch, pie of the day with beer battered chips or tasting board of dips.
Be sure to step back in time with a self-guided tour through the historical homestead, viewing its octagonal rooms and preserved furnishing.
You’ll find the Byramine Homestead Brewery in Burramine nestled within the grounds of one of Australia’s largest vegetable farms, Kelly Bros.