The drought continues

The summer of 2023/24 is officially the driest, longest summer we have experienced since moving to the farm. After a brief downpour in February giving us a much needed 10mm in the gauge, the extended heat has meant all the livestock are consuming far more water than they would normally …

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Spring at Eagleburra

It has been a really dry winter so far this year, we are still far short of our average rainfall for the year, but at least the paddocks are green and we are getting some good growth at the moment. The Three Red Ponies studio is starting to look good …

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Spring 2023

I love this time of year when everything is emerald green and the plants are bursting into flower. It continues to be very cold and not much rain other than that awful misty stuff that makes everything wet and uncomfortable but dosn’t do anything to fill the water tanks. On …

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Happy New Year 2023!

Not going to lie, the last 18 months have been really, really hard. Well I guess past couple of years have been really hard for everyone. For our family, I wish for a year of recovery, with no more loss of loved ones. For your family I wish for everything …

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Spring Flowers

Its such a beautiful time of year on the farm, the grass is still growing and all the flowers are in full bloom 🙂 Here’s hoping the head holds off a bit longer so we can enjoy more spring this year. The opening of the studio has kept us very …

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Misty Winter Morning

As pretty as these misty mornings are despite the cold, we have been having far too many fine days and not enough rain this winter.

Winter morning

Gorgeous winter mornings

Its so nice to see the paddocks turning green again. Its been really cold and we havn’t had much rain so far this winter but there is plenty of time yet 🙂


Spring on the farm

It’s my favourite time of year again, the birds are singing, the bees are buzzing, the sun is shining, all the plants are in full bloom and the ponies are shedding their winter fluff to expose their shiny summer coats. We are truly blessed to be living the dream 🙂 …

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Tree down after storm

Storm Damage

As much as we love the jarrah and Marri trees on the property when we get big storms and high winds, we always end up with trees down, and it is usually one of our favourites like this one in the house paddock over near the cottage 🙁 It made …

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Oct 2012 – Everyone loves spring on the farm

The pasture has grown in really nicely with a bit more rain than past years, the horses and cows are all shiny and fat, Bangers is growing like a weed and Holly continues to provide us with beautiful fresh milk every day.