Coming to the farm for a day is the perfect solution when an overnight stay does not fit into your schedule. Kindly note bookings are essential and the great news is that you can book ONLINE. If you would like to join our Natural Horsemanship Experience in the afternoon you might want to let us know in advance so we can secure your seat (in the saddle) numbers are limited. We have BBQ’s you can access for your lunch, let us know if you need that, some nice spots around the farm to have your picnic.
Child (2-13yrs) $35.00.pp
Under 2yrs is free!
You can make your booking on line. If you would like to visit tomorrow, then please call us to see if space is available 0n (02 4680 9243)
If you would like us to check your available dates phone us on: (02) 4680 9243.
Each day consists of a series of supervised and self supervised activities. You can stay for as long as you like or leave whenever you desire.
Aim to arrive around 9.00am, come to reception we will direct you to the BBQ area where there is always tea and coffee available.
At 9.30am the tractor will meet us at the BBQ area and away we go. (subject to Covid requirements)
Your morning will be full of activities and these vary day to day examples below;
Tractor ride to the nursery; feeding a variety of outdoor animals, collecting some eggs (we hope) milking a cow; tending to the needs of the small nursery animals. You will be going to the Pony rides (under 8yrs) you might then head over to damper making (around the camp fire) you might be throwing a boomerang, cracking a stock whip heading out to feed some horses or cattle or sheep, you might watch a sheep shearing demonstration or even a natural horsemanship demonstration, so much to do on this farm.
In the afternoon you can discover the many self supervised activities on the farm, things like archery, canoeing, tennis, swimming, bush walks, fishing (byo rod) mountain bike riding (byo bike) or just relax somewhere on the farm.
After lunch our optional Natural Horsemanship Experience begins at 1.30p, allow 90 minutes minimum, this includes an introduction to NHS, demonstration and tuition then a leisurely ride with some more natural horsemanship experiences. The learning doesn’t stop until we have all safley dismounted ($90 pp 8yrs and above. Minimum 4 riders)
This is hands on tourism at its best, fill your photo album with great memories. Engage your children in our agricultural past as we share with you our agricultural future after all it’s a future we all need!