Open Day – Peony Paddock Picnic

Peony Paddock  – November 2019

Open Peony Paddock Dates 
Dates can change over the season so keep checking the website for daily information or stay connected on social media.
Sunday 17th November 2019
Wednesday 20th November 2019
Thursday 21st November 2019- Aged Care DayFriday 22nd November 2019Saturday 23rd November 2019 – (Private paddock viewing day – email for a spot)

Sunday 24th November 2019

Wednesday 27th November 2019

Friday 29th November 2019 (depending on Flowers)

Saturday 30th November 2019 (Private paddock viewing day – depending on Flowers, email for a spot)

Sunday the 1st December 2019 (depending on Flowers)


Tickets will go on sale at 11am on Sunday the 10th of November 2019. Be quick, they sell out on the day. The link will be on the website and on social media.Entry to the Peony Farm is via the Little Church at 1385 Kyneton Springhill Rd Spring Hill Victoria.

There is plenty of free parking next to the Church. Entry to Little Church Picnic area is free with cut flowers and plantsfor sale, coffee/cakes and drinks available .

From there, you will need a ticket to walk up the tree lined farm laneways, past the horses and cattle paddocks, a pleasant 700 metres to the Peony Paddock.

Hours in the Peony Paddock on all days will be 10am ’til 2pm – Little Church gates and cut flower stall will close at 3.00pm.


Entry to view paddock only – $15 per person, (kids free 15yrs and under)

Entry to view and pick peonies – $35 per person, pick up to 10 stems

Well mannered, friendly dogs are welcome (on leash at all times)

Peony Artwork Gallery displayed in the Little Church from Sunday the 17th of November

Live local music on Sunday the 24th November and 1st December

Bring your own picnic or buy from our Caravan and Judder Bar Eats food truck.

Drinks available from the bar from 11 – 3pm. No BYO please.

Total Fire Ban Days– The Open Paddock days will be cancelled if it is declared to be a day of Total Fire Ban.

Call Nicky for more information on 0438 567 604.

or check the website
or Instagram @littlechurchspringhill

Don’t forget to bring your own secateurs, bucket and your sun protection.

Most importantly bring your gum boots and coats, we are a muddy working farm not an open garden and we are much colder in climate than the coastal area and Melbourne.


The photo above was taken on Wednesday the 30th of November 2016