The Millers team is excited to welcome back two talented characters, sculptor Nigel Lullfitz and photographer Tony Warrilow, for MRROS (Margaret River Region Open Studios) 2020. They are exhibiting in the Milking Shed at the Ice Creamery, Cowaramup. Be sure to meet the boys, have a chat and enjoy their work from 10am-4pm from Saturday 12 to Sunday 27 September 2020. The Ice Creamery will be open daily for the duration of MRROS, so you can grab a cone or a coffee too!
Millers Ice Creamery
Tuesday - Wednesday: Closed
Thursday - Sunday: 10:00 AM until 4:30 PM
- Buses Welcome
- Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
- Solar Powered - Partial
The Miller family are third-generation Cowaramup dairy farmers who take 100% Southwest milk and hand make small batch ice cream…that really takes some licking!
Since 2010 Millers have created over 60 premium ice cream flavours, with 26 flavours on display and ready for scooping.
Millers Ice Creamery is housed in a restored settler's cottage, set on spacious grounds with serene rural views. Visitors love to sit back and relax with an ice cream or a coffee and absorb the peaceful Margaret River farm life.
Millers Ice Cream is an old fashioned treat loved by locals and sought after by visitors.
Back in 1926 Sandy Miller, a plucky 19-year-old, emigrated from Scotland in search of a brighter future. He secured uncleared land in Cowaramup and with his wife Joy, they worked hard to establish their dairy farm. Some 84 years later the Miller family still milked cows but Sandy’s grandson Paul, and his wife Trish, set the family dairy on a new course and diversified into making ice cream on the farm from their own fresh milk. The Millers did this for nearly ten years, but in 2020 they made the difficult decision to cease milking for the effort was no longer worth the return.
Millers Ice Cream is made from 100% full cream Southwest milk and it is free from artificial colours and flavours with gluten, dairy and egg-free options available.
The Millers pioneering history is pictorially shared in the Ice Creamery for visitors to gain insight into the past. Visitors enjoy learning about the region's dairy farming history.
A trip down south is not complete without a spin out to the farm for a good old fashioned treat. Millers offer 26 flavours of ice cream served in a cup or cone...or add your favourite flavour to a milkshake made thick and creamy in the old-school style. Millers also serve, tea, coffee and homebaked scones and treats such as their sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce and served with a scoop of ice cream of course!
Millers Ice Creamery is popular with young and old with spacious lawns, adventure playground, nature walk and fake dairy cows to milk. It is a perfect spot to picnic and wind down after a busy day touring the region.
Big kids and little kids love their:
- Ice cream - 26 flavours on display
- Old school milkshakes and iced coffees
- Varietal tea and coffee
- Home-baked treats & scones
- Adventure playground
- Nature walk
- Milking the (dummy) cows
- Picnic benches
- Spacious grounds & lawns
- Gift shop
- Takeaway Ice Cream Tubs
- Birthday party venue
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