Barragunda Estate is located in Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula.
The Morris Family have been custodians of this land since 1999. The name Barragunda was a word used by the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation, the traditional custodians of this land, said to mean ‘thunderous roar of the sea’, reflecting the property’s location on the wild southern coast of Victoria.
The property is 444 hectares, which includes pastures for the grazing of cattle and sheep, a mixed fruit orchard, market garden and an (upcoming) 40-seat restaurant that will serve farm to table meals.
Approximately one-quarter of the property remains as native vegetation. We continue to revegetate the landscape to protect the fragile ecosystem from coastal erosion and a long history of colonial grazing management.
Here's where all the trees adopted by customers of Barragunda Estate will appear.