Tarndie is an abbreviation of "Tarndwarncoort" - a long standing family farm whose name comes from the ancient Gulidjan language meaning "up and down like a bandicoot running."

Now in the custodianship of 6th generation Tom Dennis, Tarndie is still a family operation where you'll find Tom, Jason, Wendy and, Dave and a flock of coloured Polwarth sheep in south-eastern Australia inland from the Great Ocean Road.

They take pride in the cleanliness, colour and softness of the wool they produce. Each sheep and each fleece is managed with crafters in mind.

You can visit the farm any weekend to know more about where your wool comes from and the people behind it.

Go to www.tarndie.com for all the details.