Located in Perth's Swan Valley - 130 Haddrill road, baskerville, Western Australia


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About Us.

Water Lilies Growing in our Extensive Display Ponds

The Lily Farm (formerly Swan Valley Fish and Lily Farm) is owned and run by Tracy & Tim Hoffman and is set on 5 acres in Perth's picturesque Swan Valley. We are a small family owned business providing expert advice on all aspects of ponds and aquaponics. You will find our prices extremely competitive, often cheaper than the major chains and hardware stores. We grow and sell the largest range of Water Lilies in Western Australia together with a massive range of pond plants all grown in our hothouse by our Horticulturalist in training, Steph. Koi, Goldfish, Marron, Rainbow Trout (seasonal) and Silver Perch are also available in our extensive pond systems. Dogs on leads are welcome at The Lily Farm and kids are welcome to feed the fish free of charge. So why not come and visit us in the Swan Valley and support local business.

Our Aquaponics section where we sell Marron, Silver Perch and Rainbow Trout



 Water Plants Growing in our Massive Hothouse, allowing us to provide you an extensive range of plants all year around.


We have a large range of Preformed Ponds in stock



Our friendly pooch Cookie loves visitors to The Lily Farm


Our Pond System

Our pond design and layout is unique in Australia and allows customers to view the ponds from above, maximising the visual impact of the water lilies and Koi. All ponds were formed with concrete panel sides and lined with PVC pond liner. Red concrete walkway slabs were then moved into place. Each pond was then planted with a different variety of water lily and we waited in anticipation for flowering to begin. Finally in October 2007 our first water lily flower bloomed, this was the white hardy water lily Gladstone.


Our Koi and Water Lily Display Ponds under Construction at the Lily Farm


Our Natural Plant Filtration System under Construction at The Lily Farm


Filtration is via a massive natural plant filter which is gravity fed, the plants remove the nutrient from the water and sediment settles in the filter, water is returned to the ponds via 2 large pumps through a network of plumbing pipe hundreds of metres in length.

We hope to see you soon.