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Two Blind Cows Glamping

1193 Osmington Rd Osmington

Two Blind Cows Glamping is delighted to be apart of Margaret River’s thriving hospitality scene with their three eco-tents available for holiday stays on the Woolrabunning Farm on Osmington Road.

Launched by Bronwyn and Peter Morris, the striking canvas tents have been constructed by Eco-Structures and are positioned thoughtfully around the Morris’ secluded 132-acre property. 30 of those acres are a protected environment under a National Trust Convent, giving visitors total privacy and a unique view of the surrounding farmland, native bushland and famous vineyards of South West Australia. 

The tents themselves are self-contained and lavishly decked out with all the luxury amenities you would expect from a hotel stay including a queen-sized bed, bathrobes and linen, and an elevated deck to enjoy the sunset and stargazing. Furniture has been designed and supplied by Sustainable Living Furniture and the natural soaps and lotions have been locally sourced. 

Features include:

  • Queen sized bed with comfortable linen
  • Kitchenette fully equipped with, fridge, microwave and essentials
  • Private bathroom with rainfall and wall mounted showers
  • Elevated private deck with BBQ
  • An integrated TV DVD player for movies  
  • Country breakfast hamper (0n request)
  • Heater and overhead fan


Two Blind Cows is offering an off the beaten track experience whilst only being a 15 minute drive from Margaret River township and 20 minutes from the coast. With Forrest and Coastal walks, mountain bike trails, horse-riding, surf breaks, boutique wineries, restaurants and local breweries surrounding the property – it’s all there for the taking.

  About Us

The Woolrabunning farm has been in the Morris & King Families for years, playing host to all their family fairs. The driving force behind this venture; Bronwyn and Peter Morris thought it was time to share this special place, because paddocks are not just for cows, everyone deserves to wake up to the sounds of the great South West and rolling vineyards at your doorstep. 

Woolrabunning was once home to two very special cows that were raised by the previous owners – Molly and Blind Beauty – they were both blind and came with the property when the current owners took it over. They were friendly and would often follow you around on morning walks, wanting a rub around the ears. The Two Blind Cows is named after this iconic duo.

Two Blind Cows is very much a family affair – with the husband and wife team ditching city life for a different kind of view. The kids and extended family have all assisted in bringing this little gem to life.