Wonky Windmill Farm and Eco Park

Wonky Windmill Farm and Eco Park

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Wonky windmill farm and eco park

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218 Yelverton Nth Rd
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Yelverton

Would you like to learn the difference between a llama and an alpaca, and meet friendly farm animals? Then a visit to Wonky Windmill Farm & Eco Park the family attraction where you can get up close and personal with our happy farm animals is a "must do" activity on your next weekend getaway to the Margaret River wine region, Busselton or Dunsborough.

Every visitor receives a FREE bag of animal food to feed our happy and content animals with entry fee.

Farm animals to feed

  • Cuddle a rabbit or guinea pig
  • Bottle feed an orphan lamb, or sometimes a baby goat*
  • Be amazed by an ostrich
  • Watch goats and sheep frolic
  • Be entertained by Elsie and Eloise, our Emus
  • Enjoy the soft and gentle ponies, Maudie and Toppy
  • Meet Katie and Abby, our oh so friendly deer
  • Love our Kangaroos
  • Say hi to a pig
  • Watch chickens, ducks and geese scratch about

* Bottle Feeding 10am - 3.30pm most days.

info per http://www.wonkywindmillfarm.com.au/our-animals

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Wonky Windmill Farm and Eco Park

A great day out for the family. Entry fee of $12.50 per adult and $10 for kids over 2 includes animal feed. There are rabbits, guinea pigs, lambs, sheep, cows, llamas, alpacas, pigs, kangaroos and more to hand feed and pat. Well organised and looked after animals. Kids can hold baby rabbits, guinea pigs and bottle feed lambs and are well supervised. Plenty of space so doesn't feel crowded even if there are a lot of people at the farm. Affordable and yummy homemade sausage rolls and scones were great at the cafe and tables overlook a big sandpit and activities for the kids. Well worth a look next time you are in the Margaret River region.

About me

I visited
July, 2015
I visited with kids aged:
0-2 years
I would recommend for kids aged:
  • 0-2
  • 3-5
  • 6-9
  • 10-14
  • 15+
I'm from
Australia and New Zealand

Pros and Cons

What I liked
  • Activities specifically for kids
  • Parenting room/facilities
  • Picnic areas
  • Pram friendly
  • Room to move and play

Managing the budget

Adults pay but free for kids aged to
2
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