Calmsley Hill - Summer Fun At The City Farm
- Wed Dec 02 2020 - Sun Feb 28 2021
Give your kids the experience of the farm and farmyard animals without leaving the city these Summer school holidays at Calmsley Hill City Farm.
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 - everything from kangaroos to lambkid goats! Pat them and learn all about them.
Special Offer - If you mention 'ellaslist' you get 2 kids for the price of one when accompanied by a paying adult.
Bring your own picnic lunch, or use our free electric BBQ’s to cook your own lunch while you enjoy their 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.
Things to do at the farm and not to be missed:
- Feeding the nursery animals
- Take a tractor ride
- Watch the working dog show and stockwhip demonstration
- See a sheep being shorn
- And much much more
If your child has a birthday coming up, make sure to check out Calmsley Hill's party packages for an unforgettable birthday celebration.
Where: 31 Darling Street, Abbotsbury
When: Daily 9am to 4.30pm
Cost: Adult: $27.50, Child: $15.50 (Under 3s Free), Pensioners: $21.50,
Seniors: $19, Family pass (2 adults/3 children): $75,
Annual family pass: $195 (2 Adults and up to 3 children).
For more information ring Calmsley Hill 02 9823 3222, Email or visit the Calmsley Hill website.
Read more in our Top Things To do At Calmsley article.
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Dec 30 2020
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