Byramine Homestead and Brewery

Save 20% on Homestead Tours and 10% on brewery purchases*

Byramine Homestead and Brewery

Historic Byramine Homestead was built in 1842 by famous explorer Hamilton Hume for his sister-in-law Elizabeth and her nine children after her husband John Hume was killed by bushrangers. The homestead was designed by an English architect for use in India and built on a beautiful site by a lagoon on low sand hills, forested in Pine.

Bryamine Homestead now has its own Vineyard and Brewery and its local beer, wines and vegetables are available to purchase from the Brewery Hall, including the Byramine Shiraz grown in honour of our farming ancestors and the Byramine Homestead Pinot Grigio, grown in honour of Elizabeth Hume.

*Terms and conditions: Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Available only on days the Byramine Homestead is open to the public. Offer does not apply to evening or tour group bookings.

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