Please note that we are no longer running farm tours 🙂

Experience our Feed the Animals Farm Tour.

We’ll introduce you to our alpacas Chase, Dino and Eureka.

Our friendly sheep will come and eat out of your hand. And depending on the time of year, we’ll have lots of cute lambs!

We’ll feed some chooks, ducks and the pair of resident geese too. Sometimes we’ve got baby chicks and ducklings.

Farm tours run at 10am and go for about an hour.

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Nice experience, fun to engage with the animals so closely - animals looked healthy and well taken care of. Would recommend to others! -
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Charlotte & Adam
From the moment we arrived on the farm Matt made us feel welcome and part of the family. He was open and invited questions about the animals and the farming process.

Despite a muddy day, Matt made the farm very inviting. The animals were lovely, and welcomed human interaction. You could tell that they were well cared for and socialized.

The sheep enjoyed being fed and petted. The chickens ate right out of your hand and the alpacas were a joy to be around. They were so soft.

This was an amazing experience, and Matt made it feel like an adventure. The children present seemed to have a great time. Matt made it very personable and friendly. I would not miss this as part of the overall Mornington Peninsula experience.
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Stephanie Avatar
What a beautiful story this family has! Their love of the land and passion for life was an inspiration. We had a lovely, hands-on experience as well as great conversation. -
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What should I bring?

Please wear appropriate clothing. Tours are run in summer and winter, so make sure you have a jacket and gumboots when it’s cold and wet. All the animals still need to eat when it’s raining so we run the tours even when the weather is wintery.

In warmer weather you should bring a hat and sunscreen and consider a water bottle if you might get thirsty.

Closed toed shoes are required at all times for your safety. You’ll be walking around a farm with dirt and animals, so your shoes might get dirty.

Want to learn more?

Interested to learn more about our tours? We also run school farm tours, farm tours for community groups and others. And we also run workshops.

If you have any questions about starting your own farm, we’re always happy to talk about our experience on the farm tour.

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