Posted on 04 May 2021
Dame Nellie Melba was the most famous woman in the world when she chose Coombe Cottage to be her Australian Home.
We are very pleased to announce that we will once again be opening the exclusive Coombe Cottage, for a glimpse into the extravagant life of this iconic diva. Take a step back in time and enter a world of luxury and glamour.
Journey with us through Dame Nellie Melba's private boudoir. Regale in the provenance of her priceless personal affects and admire the beauty, elegance and timeless style. The grand music room has hosted many magnificent parties. This evocative room is where the great soprano sang her favourite arias and played her beloved piano.
Tours will commence from 2 June and run throughout Winter on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, at 11:00am and 12:00pm
Additional Tours will be run on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday - 1:30pm to coincide with High Tea.
Devonshire Tea and Tour Package $75.00pp
10am Devonshire Tea followed by 11am Tour.
3 Course Lunch and Tour Package $130.00pp
11am Tour followed by 12:00pm Lunch or 12:00pm Tour followed by 1:00pm Lunch
High Tea and Tour Package $110.00pp * available Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Only
1:30pm Tour followed by 2:30pm High Tea
Bookings are essential
Tours are limited to 10 and bookings must be made 48hrs prior.
Posted on 01 Mar 2021
Coombe is delighted to get back to business and we whole-heartedly thank you for your ongoing support. We continue to monitor and follow the latest advice regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).
To read over our current Operating measures please CLICK HERE
Posted on 05 Feb 2021
We are saddened to announce the passing of Lord Samuel Vestey.
The image here shows Lord Vestey exactly one year ago on this day inspecting the vintage at Coombe Farm.
Sam wished to continue the legacy left by his mother Pamela Lady Vestey for Coombe to pass onto current and future generations the story of Dame Nellie Melba his great grandmother. Along with the establishment of the vineyard, the estate was opened to the public in September 2014 after the buildings were converted by Sam and his late brother Mark.
He was extremely proud of Coombe and when visiting loved nothing more than to meet visiting guests.
A true gentleman and genuine lovely man, he will be sorely missed by all at Coombe