Have Breakfast With 200+ Alpacas & Llamas...Only A Short Drive Away From Sydney

By: Melissa Fine, ellaslist

While most Aussie kids have gotten up close and personal with the koalas, there's a new meet-and-greet animal experience in town: 

Breakfast with Alpacas & Lllamas - over 200 of them - at Alpaca Magic in Sutton, only a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney...BEST brekkie date ever! 

What's the difference between an alpaca and llama, and what is their breakfast of choice? And why is their fleece called the 'fibre of the gods?'

The experienced farmers at Alpaca Magic have been breeding alpacas and llamas since 1997 so can answer all of your curious litte ones' questions. Why not brainstorm a list of questions with the kids on the drive there?

Learn all about these beautiful and adorable animals while feeding them some brekkie treats, before refuelling with your own complimentary brekkie (bacon and egg rolls, sausages, haloumi, tea and coffee). 

The animals at Alpaca Magic have a busy schedule, so while you're here you'll want to take advantage of the other workshops and tours on offer - including the Llama Experience where you can learn how to gain a llama's trust before taking him/her on a stroll...really!

Did we mention there are donkeys here too? 

Big ones, mini ones, AND super mini foals. The kids will be in a fit of giggles when they find out just how much donkeys love to follow humans around on the Donkey Delights tour.

The only hard part of a day trip to Alpaca Magic? Bidding farewell to your new fluffy friends.


All The Details 

Where: Alpaca Magic, 2771 Sutton Road, Sutton NSW 2620

When: Breakfast with Alpacas & Llamas is held once to twice a month. 

How Much? Breakfast with Alpacas & Llamas is $50/person (including children). 

For more information, visit the website, and view the full Alpaca Magic events calendar here. 


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Sue Davis

Feb 03 2020

I was planning a birthday treat for 4 adults and a children of 2 yrs, 3yrs and 6 years. Was very disappointed at the price of $50 each including children.