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Alternative farm and exotic animals. Native gardens home to native and domestic birds. Trout ponds. Guided tours. Hand made Tasmanian Craft available in craft shop. Tea & coffee available and catering by appointment. Buses welcome. Wheel chair...more
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309 West Ridgley Rd | West Ridgley, Tasmania 7321, Australia
We visited the farm yesterday with our 3 children 14-10-2 and they all loved it! Take gumboots! The farm has basic farm animals and they are so friendly, we were there for a good hour&half walking around and enjoyed every bit! Will definitely go again
A pretty little gem in Tasmanian North. Reception area looks very informal. A bit messy. Prices are very reasonable for what you can do: feed the animals. Some do look a bit neglected (horse's hooves were in very bad shape, a big pig at the...More
Staying in the Burnie area for a few days we saw this farm advertised in the "Meet the makers of Burnie" booklet. This advertised a fully working stud farm with 80 alpacas and that the entry fee included a guided tour. Far from it, we...More
We decided to check out the Guide Falls farm after going for a drive to check out the falls . Was a pleasant surprise, you can get food for the animals at reception for $1 a scoop and it is worth getting around $5 worth...More
After reading several of the areas travel brochures we decided to visit the Guide Falls Alpaca Farm.
We made our way there and even passed a sign tied to a fence only 400 metres from the entrance advertising the the farm and advising that there...More
Owners have recently taken over and are revitalising the farm. There is plenty to see for kids and teenagers. They have pigs of different sizes which can be held (if you can catch them).
Lots of chickens, Guinea pigs, goats, sheep, emu, variety of birds...More
Had a lovely visit here. The owner was very passionate and informative about Alpacas, and we learnt a lot about them and Lamas. It was also a novelty to lead "Elly" the Alpaca around while on the tour. The owner advised us that October is...More