The Farm

What We Do

Broger’s End Kangaroo Valley is a 160-acre working farm nestled between the escarpment and the Kangaroo River, it is an ideal spot to escape the world. 

Our two main focuses are beef and fresh produce with our accommodation funding the conservation work we are so passionate about. 

A Black Angus cow head in the foreground

Beef Cattle

Over the years, Broger's End had been concentrating on a pure Black Angus herd. A Scottish breed, Black Angus is known for its tender meat due to its natural marbling, juiciness and flavour. 

In 2021, we introduced our bull "Parker" a Speckled Park to our herd to trial a Black Angus Speckled Park cross. Speckled Park is a Canadian breed of beef cattle and was the featured cow in the 2023 Royal Easter Show.  

We have had great success with our heifers producing beautiful calm natured calves. Our cattle are grass fed and born and finished on the property before they are taken to auction.

Crop of tomatoes.

Fresh Produce

We are hugely passionate about growing fresh, organic produce.
We seasonally produce:
- Lemons, oranges, ruby grapefruit, mandarins, fingerlimes and cumquats
-Pomegranates, apples, pears, figs, avocados, passionfruit, blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes, quince, watermelon
-Celeriac, garlic, artichoke, pumpkins, jerusalem artichokes, chilli, beetroot, carrot, green beans, cauliflower, broccolli, asparagus, corn, radish, parsnip, sweet potato, potato and fennel
Leafy Greens
-Lettuce, spinach, pak choi, rocket and endive
-Almond, macadamia, pine and hazelnut.

We believe in a holistic approach which starts at the bottom by creating a healthy landscape full of nutrient rich biodiversity. We have put in a lot of work over the last few months and are starting to see the benefits with some great looking produce.

Red Cedar and Lomandra Grass planted in our conservation corridor.


Things to do without leaving the Farm

Staying with us? We’ve got a lot of things to keep you busy during your stay, or sit bat and relax!

Embrace the Magic of Winter at Broger’s End

As the winter season reaches its final weeks, there is no better time to plan a serene and eco-friendly getaway to Kangaroo Valley’s charming holiday let, Broger’s End. Here are the top four reasons why you should consider visiting this hidden gem during the tail end of winter:

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What and how we’re doing our part for the valley.


Both the Dairy and the Shed have their own private gardens for you to enjoy during your stay. There are quiet places to relax, and a variety of herbs, vegetables and fruit to sample and eggs from the chickens to use in your cooking.

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With a status of near threatened and with their population in decline, Broger’s End is very proud to be home to a population of platypus.

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With over 20,000 different species of bees around the world and 1,500 native bee species in Australia, the honey bee is with out a doubt the most famous!

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Who was Broger of Broger’s End? How did we come to own the farm?  How we got it to its current beautiful standard using recycled materials and an eco-friendly ethos.

About us

We are a Sydney couple with four kids and day jobs, why would we spend so much energy on such a massive project? We believe that climate change and our current lifestyle is not sustainable and we hope to provide an opportunity for inspiration and transformation as well as relaxation. Sarah is from Canada, and her father was before his time in teaching his three daughters about nature, camping and canoeing, not to mention wholemeal bread and muesli, before it was fashionable! Despite having spent most of her life in the city, Sarah is most at home in the bush and on the farm, growing stuff, regenerating the forest and swimming in the river! This farm is a tribute to all her family, especially her Dad.

Broger’s End is certified by EcoTourism Australia. We are powered by the sun with our solar panels and Tesla battery. We collect rainwater for all our water and have composting systems for food scraps and other waste. We aim to tread as lightly as we can on this beautiful part of the world.