The Lily Dutch windmill is an authentic 16th-century design brick 'ground-sail' mill. The five-storey full-size windmill with its 22-ton capacity and a sail length of 24.6 metres, is one of the largest traditional windmills ever built in Australia. The mill is a fully operational windmill producing wholemeal stone-ground spelt flour for IGA stores, health shops, commercial bakers and home users around Australia.
At The Lily, you will find unique self-contained accommodation next to the 16th-century replica Dutch houses and the reception, situated in the originally relocated 1924 Federation-style railway station from Gnowangerup.
The Lily also offers the opportunity to stay in a true icon of aviation, an original 1944 DC3 Dakota C47 Gooney Bird - a stay to remember.
The Lily airstrip is adjacent to the windmill and you are able to park your own plane securely and close to the accommodation. Please check the airstrip details on their website.
A breakfast basket is available for accommodation guests for seven days.