SATURDAY or SUNDAY Guided Tour with Farmer including morning tea

From AUD $35.00
  • Duration: 90 Minutes (approx.)
  • Location: Compton, Mount Gambier , South Australia
  • Product code: PUJT1A

Small group tour with the farmer(s) to meet and feed the animals including Tony the Donkey, Emmett Emu, Daisy the Pig, Dudley Goat, Carl the Dog and lots of other farmyard characters.  Collect the eggs, access some areas and animal enclosures not available to the general public.

Tour the Cottage Museum, as it was in the 1940s, look inside the cupboards and try out the old typewriters, telephones and the old pump organ.  Hear stories about the farm, its animals, the truffles, the farmhouse and outbuildings as well as the local area.  

Enjoy morning or afternoon tea served on vintage china with Nanna's scones, jam & cream, tea/coffee, juice or soft drink, to be enjoyed either in the old farmhouse kitchen, in the garden or on the farmhouse verandah.

Fee includes tour of the farmyard, animals and the cottage museum with the farmer(s), morning tea, animal food and trail map.  The tour can be tailored to your tastes and generally takes about 90 minutes but you are welcome to extend your visit by also exploring on your own with the trail map and animal food provided.  

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Tours limited to a maximum of 12 people per tour, minimum of 2 people.  Children must be supervised by paying responsible adult at all times. 

WEEKDAY Guided Tours are also available most Mondays to Thursdays. 

We suggest you wear covered walking shoes if possible as you may be walking through paddocks and grass, and dress for outside weather conditions. 

Please contact us to discuss if you wish to book for a larger group, or have mobility issues and/or food requirements.

If trying to book within 2 hours of your proposed visit please phone us on 0438452885 as we may be able to fit you in. 

Please note: We suggest that families with toddlers book a self-guided visit to view the farm at their own pace.