Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Currently we have 12 different types of animals these include horses, rabbits, chickens, guinea pigs, goats, turkeys, alpacas, pigs, sheep, donkeys, a llama, and a dog! For more information check out the Animals tab.
This is a common question and in short bookings are essential. We are not open to the public for casual drop-in visits as:
- Our animals enjoy a good life and are out in the paddocks typically throughout the day.
- We also need 8 hrs (online bookings close 8hrs before the tour) to ensure we have staff members available given that the public (for insurance purposes) are not able to just wander unaccompanied.
- Last minute bookings (<8hrs before the tour start time) can sometimes be accommodated – please phone 32894257 and select option #1
There are a number of different ways you can enjoy the farm:
Yes we can accommodate up to 200 vehicles onsite (60 normally and up to 200 for special events). The farm is also accessible for buses with an adequate turn around area.
What Should I Bring?
To have an amazing experience we suggest you come prepared by packing a few essential items.
|What to Bring|
|Sun Smart||It’s always best to be sun smart so bring a hat, sunscreen (or long sleeves) and sunglasses|
|Water||Please bring drinking water as this is not provided as the farm runs solely on rain water. Bottles of water are available for purchase.|
|Shoes & Suitable Clothing||To experience the Farm there is plenty of walking to do. Please make sure you wear closed in shoes. The weather in Queensland can vary thus it advisable to bring a raincoat or poncho along with warm clothes.|
|Food & Drink||During our Open Farm Event – we sell coffee, snacks and have a BBQ sausage on bread available for purchase. Feel free to bring your own food, a picnic blanket and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.|