Self Guided Visits
10am until 3pm most Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & public holidays, ALSO extra days during school holidays. Open Queen's Birthday Monday 14 June
Book your arrival time to ensure we are open & to assist with social distancing. Allow an hour for your visit, but stay as long as you like until 3pm. Last admittance 2.15pm.
Includes farm trail map & food for animals:
Child (toddler to 16yo) $10.00
Guided Tours & Experiences
Explore the farm and get up close to the animals with the Farmer on a guided tour or weekend campfire experience. Small group Guided Tours are offered most mornings except Fridays, but bookings are essential. The BOOK NOW page has further information, availability & online bookings.
Great State Experience Vouchers
Experiences need to be redeemed using the above links. You can redeem your $50 or $100 voucher for:
Campfire Experience 4pm-7pm Saturday or Sunday
Guided Tour with the Farmer 9:45am most mornings except Fridays.
Groups & Schools
Larger groups & school classes welcome any day by prior arrangement. Please check our Groups page.
High Tea or Nanna's Scones
Enjoy some of Nanna's delicious home made scones, jam & cream with a pot of tea or plunger coffee served in vintage crockery on the Cottage Verandah or as a takeaway during your self-guided visit. Book before your visit to ensure you don't miss out!
Or enjoy a Vintage High Tea experience. Limited to 18 guests and Bookings essential.
You may also BYO your own picnic to enjoy onsite.
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Children must be under constant adult supervision.
Suitable for all ages (some walking on uneven ground).
Dress for outdoor weather conditions & wear covered shoes if possible.
No pets allowed.
Small range of souvenirs, snacks & drinks available.
Thank you for not smoking.
Wash your hands after your visit & before putting hands to face.
Our animals are friendly, but you need to take care when feeding or patting them. They can't tell the difference between fingers & food so please keep yours away from their mouths!
Our animals still feed when it's raining - bring an umbrella or coat!