Visiting us with a person with a disability or a disabled group

Our interactive and hands on approach to introducing our farm animals to our visitors makes us stand out from the other farms and zoos in Sydney and we strive to create a fun but also safe environment for all our visitors. 

Our beautiful farm is located in the Hills Shire of Sydney - Yes like where we a located we are also located on the side of a hill! This however can cause a few issues for persons in wheelchairs or persons who have issues walking on rough surfaces. There is quite a steep hill into our Barn and then again outside the barn on the farm walk. The walk around the farm is like a large horse shoe shape. It's up a steep hill, then along flat ground then down a steep hill. The walkway is a combination of rock and compacted dirt.

 

Our open paddocks are either a mulch or are grassy but can get muddy after rain.

The other part of our farm is our Barn - this is the central hub. Once inside the barn is concrete and flat. 2 activities are participated indoors, the rest is outdoors.

We have 2 picnic areas on the farm 1 is quite large tree shaded and spotted with large logs that our school students sit on with wooden picnic table throughout. This area is again on a hill located at the bottom of the property.

The other picnic area is alongside our farm entry it is flat and concrete again with wooden picnic tables.

Bathrooms are single and slightly larger than normal size. Mostly chairs have no issue.

Our farm activities are the same for every visitor. Everyone gets to milk our cow, cuddle little animals and visit our open paddock whilst exploring the farm and saying hi to our beautiful friendly animals.

The farm can get quite busy in PEAK times especially on weekends, public holidays and school holidays with most early sessions completely booking out.

As we like all our visitors to have the same experience at the farm , booking out of these peak sessions is important for you and us. This allows us to spend the extra time with your group if needed.

PEAK TIMESweekends, public holidays and school holidays

session times that we have available are 11.30 AM and 12.30 PM.

OFF PEAK - Monday - Friday in school term

Most sessions will be available from 10am However we do get large school groups visiting so we will advise you if this is the case and suggest the best time.

We suggest you aim to arrive a little earlier this allows you to have a snack before we start your session. 

Cost to visit our farm

Each visitor is charged at $20.00 per person

Feed Buckets are $5.00 each

One companion card holder can enter free of charge with each person with a disability.

Payment is made on the day we can do this as each visitors individual payment or as a group payment. (we can issue receipts)

cash or card payments are accepted- card payments do have a 2.2% surcharge. 

BOOKINGS are ESSENTIAL

To BOOK your visit is easy just fill out the form below and we will book you in for your visit.

Please put any questions you may have below also.

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