Calmsley Hill City Farm - Take A Trip To The Farm This Easter Long Weekend
- Fri Apr 02 - Mon Apr 05 2021
- Mums & Bubs
- From: $15.50
Easter holidays is the perfect time to head to Calmsley Hill City Farm to see cute baby animals, learn about farm-life or take a rocky ride on the tract train.
Calmsley Hill City Farm is an interactive farm, close to the heart of Sydney just off the M7 at Elizabeth Drive. Meet the amazing range of native and farmyard animals up close and learn all about them.
Bring your own picnic lunch, or use our free electric BBQ’s to cook your own lunch while you enjoy our beautiful grounds. Take-away food can be purchased at the Farmhouse Kiosk.
Parking is excellent and there is wheelchair and pram access throughout the farm and facilities for people with special needs.
Plan your day ahead as there is so much to see and do, daily shows and entertainment for big and little people (on busy days they are doing extra shows to help spread the crowds):
- Cow Milking, 11:00 am | 3:30 pm - Demonstration only
- Tractor Ride, 11:30 am | 2:30 pm
- FREE time for lunch - Free electric BBQ’s are available or enjoy something from the Farmhouse Kiosk
- Stock Whip Show, 12:30 pm
- Working Dog Show, 1.00pm
- Sheep Shearing Show, 1.30pm
If you don't think a whole day is enough, you can spend the night and camp out in the paddock. You'll have full view of the grazing Kangaroos, Wallabies and Emus, and you'll even get to explore the farm’s paddocks with their friendly farmers as the sun sets. Spending the night at the farm will be something the kids remember for a lifetime. For more information on Calmsley Hill camping.
Where: 31 Darling Street, Abbotsbury
When: Up to 20 March - Open 5 days a week
Wed - Fri: 9am to 3pm
Sat & Sun: 9am to 4pm
From 21 March - Open 7 days a week
Mon - Fri: 9am to 3pm
Sat & Sun & School Holidays: 9am to 4pm
Cost: Kids – $15.50 (3-16 years)
Adults – $27.50
Family - $82.50 (2 adults, 3 children)
Children Under 3 – FREE
For more information call Calmsley Hill 02 9823 3222, Email or visit Calmsley Hill's website.
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