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    Family Farm Tour - OLD

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    This 60-minute tour is designed specifically for kids aged 4-12 and their parents/carers. 

    Do you want your kids to understand where their food comes from and the hard work that goes into producing it? Are you looking for a fun and interactive experience for the whole family these school holidays?

    If you are, we invite you to join us for a Green Connect Family Farm Tour! 

    Delight your senses and explore our 11-acres of farmlands, including the productive market gardens and subtropical food forest. Children and adults will get hands-on to learn how we work with nature to grow chemical-free produce and meet the free-range sheep, pigs, goats and/or chickens who love a good feed.

    Before you book, please consider the following:

    • The site is a working farm and visitors must participate in a safety briefing before entering.
    • The terrain at the farm is particularly steep and slippery in parts. Though we do take it slowly, the tour involves a moderately strenuous walk and is not suitable for prams or wheelchairs. 
    • Plants love rain and so do we! We don't cancel tours in wet weather unless there is a dangerous storm. Rain (and mud!) is all part of the fun.
    • Allergen advice: Our farm is home to domestic animals as well as bees, wasps and macadamia trees. Please pack an Epipen if allergic and keep it with you at all times.

    All tour participants must:

    • Wear enclosed shoes or boots (sorry no thongs or sandals allowed) and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Long pants are recommended.
    • Bring a hat and sunscreen or rain gear, depending on the weather forecast.
    • Bring a water bottle pre-filled with water.


    • A ticket must be purchased for each person who wishes to enter the farm.
    • Tickets for children 2 and under are free, but must be reserved.
    • Each adult may supervise a maximum of 4 children.

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