Farm Visits & Activities

Pull on your gumboots, the animals are waiting!

There’s eggs to collect, lambs to feed and Georgie the Pig is always happy for a treat. For horse lovers there’s led pony rides and Clydesdale cart rides around our ‘real’ working farm located 10 minutes from Bathurst.

Bookings are essential for ALL activities

Morning Farm Activities

These usually commence at 9am & depending on the time of year, the activities include:

    • Collecting eggs & feeding the chickens.
    • Hand feeding the Alpacas.
    • Bottle feeding lambs and maybe a calf.
    • Led rides on our ponies & Draft Horse.
    • Trick lessons with Georgie the Performing Pig, and Eeyore our Donkey.

Duration: minimum of 1 hour and often longer.

Cost: FREE for guests staying in the units, farmhouse or activity-included camping.

For day visitors the cost is $80.00 – covers up to 3 people taking part in the activity (ie. 3 kids or 2 kids & 1 adult etc). Extra participants are $15.00 each. There is no charge for supervising adults.

This farming thing is hard yakka! ?

Private Farm Visits

Private visits can be arranged at a time suitable for you. Please contact us to discuss group sizes, costs and availability.

Activities may include some of the above and also

Sled & sulky rides with our gentle Clydesdale., or our Shetland Ponies.

Farm Tours & Hay Rides

Take a farm tour on our trailer, feed the sheep and the cattle,  Enjoy the view from the back paddock, learn a little about landmarks and history, maybe spot some wild kangaroos. A maximum of 12 people and the cost is $80.00 per group. The tour will take approximately 1 hour.
Times by arrangement.

Important Information

Bookings are essential. Please email or call Elaine to make your booking – 0429337439

Closed in shoes are essential for all visitors. (not thongs/crocs or sandals)

Credit card details are taken at the time of booking. Your card is not debited unless you do not show up and have not let me know within 24hrs of your booked visit.

Please take a moment to read up on our Farm Rules