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Breakfast with Alpacas

$55  per person

The experience includes 1.5 hours with the alpacas, sheep and cows followed by a delicious breakfast with the alpacas.

On arrival Billy our very special guard alpaca will greet you. He will be wanting to be fed sliced carrots (that we provide) before he will let you on the farm. Next, you'll meet Ellie a wiltipoll sheep who is Billy's best friend. Ellie enjoys a good deep tissue massage.​ Joining Billy are Will and Harry along with our herd of llamas


Next we meet Benny and our flock of wiltipoll sheep. They are keen for their grain and carrots. Here you'll have the chance to hand feed the sheep and learn about what makes wiltipolls different to other sheep. You'll also meet Lola and Abby our maremmas who guards the sheep.​

Next, you’ll walk down the laneway to our angus cattle who’ll be waiting to be hand fed and given a pat.

From here it's off to our herd of 82 alpacas where you will have the opportunity to hand feed them their alpaca mix and carrots. We spend time getting to know the alpacas, interacting with them, and learning their personalities.​
When the alpacas are full it’s time to head up for your breakfast with the alpacas and llamas.

Breakfast includes a selection of cereals, yoghurt, fruit platter, muffins, tea breads, bacon & egg sandwich, tea, coffee, juice & water. gluten free and vegan option available. 

Throughout the experience we’ll provide information about the various animals we have and providing insight into their individual personalities.

 

Schedule: 8:30am on Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays. Open every day in NSW school holidays

Price: $55 (plus booking fee)

Duration: 2.5 hours

Inclusions: 1.5 hours with alpacas, sheep & cows plus feed for each, followed by a delicious breakfast with a selection of cereals, yoghurt, fruit platter, muffins, tea breads, bacon & egg sandwich, tea, coffee, juice & water. Gluten free and vegan option available. 

What to bring: Bananas for Billy, Joey and the alpacas.
What to wear: Enclosed shoes are recommended. In wet weather old/waterproof shoes are recommended.

PLEASE NOTE – All visitors to the farm are required to step through a disinfectant shoe bath. This is required as part of our farm biosecurity and at the moment with the threat of Foot and Mouth disease on Australia’s door step. Under the recommendation of our vets and the DPI,  if you have been to Indonesia, including Bali, we, unfortunately cannot have you on the farm for 14 days. 

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