The Belgenny Farm Creamery teaching resources have been developed to support students in either an onsite or online visit to the historic Belgenny Creamery. Students undertaking these units will consider the way that science and technology have changed and improved agriculture over time.
Belgenny Farm is located south of Sydney on the traditional lands of the Dharawal, the Gundungarra and the Dharuk people people and was granted to John Macarthur in 1805 as part of a 5000 acre grant named Camden (later Camden Park). From this farm the Macarthurs, their employees and the convict labour assigned to them implemented the latest European agricultural techniques in the fledgling Australian colony.
Belgenny Farm also has a function centre, click here to read about it.
Check out the Belgenny Farm Creamery Virtual Tour below.
For more information regarding school tours at Belgenny Farm, please visit http://www.belgennyfarm.com.au/education/creamery