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Cambray Sheep Cheese


From $138/night

Whilst visiting Nannup make the most of your stay and enjoy some of Cambray Sheep Cheeses multi award-winning handmade Farmhouse ewes milk cheese

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Arrival Time: 14:00|Departure Time: 10:00
Hours: 9am to 5pm daily


Cambray Sheep Cheese is a family owned and operated business.

Since opening in 2005, nearly every cheese has won gold or 1st place.

Each cheese is hand crafted to traditional, mainly French-style recipes. Some are cured for many months in temperature and humidity controlled cheese caves where they require constant attention with daily turning.

Frequent hand washing of some cheeses gives them a very mellow flavour. Others are coated and some are left to form a natural rind. The way the cheeses are cured gives them their unique flavour.

Health benefits of ewes milk cheese include high levels of calcium and vitamin D (up to 3 times that of goats and cows milk), easy digestibility and a different lactose protein allowing anyone allergic to cow milk products able to enjoy ewes milk cheese. The fats in ewes milk are mainly the good fats so if you have a cholesterol problem, small amounts of ewes milk cheese are okay for a treat.

Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

Two weeks notice required for a refund of deposit


Nelson Location 3898, Vasse Highway, Nannup WA 6275


We are situated 12 kms North of Nannup on the Vasse Hwy (towards Busselton),

Clearly signposted on the Highway.



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Guest Ratings

Rated by 3 guests
Michelle Aldam
Great to watch cheese being made, fabulous glass cabinet display showcasing cheeses made, and tastings.... OMG!!
Great cheese selection!
Great cheese selection to try and buy. The owners are very friendly, and I'd reccomend to a friend. Was interesting to be somewhat able to see the sheep being sheered, with sheep dogs hanging around aswell. Worth a stop if you are heading through Nanup! ??
Anton Parfenov
Great cheese! Try the oldest one and you get hints of honey in it!