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Calmsley Hill
31 Darling St
Abbotsbury
NSW
2176
Tel: 02 9823 3222

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The farm is found at 31 Darling St in Abbotsbury, NSW. Eee yai eee yai oh!

Where are we going today?

Calmsley Hill had a farm, eee yai eee yai oh!

And on that farm they had some cows! eee yai eee yai oh! 

Calmsley Hill is a fun farm experience for the whole family! There are a number of shows and exhibits to keep you entertained, as well, of course, as cute animals!

They shows cover all the fun aspects of what it's like to work on a farm. Learn how to milk a cow, watch some working dogs perform their magic, and see what it really takes to shear a sheep!

You never know - you might end up participating in one!

They have special times (10:30am and 3pm) for animal patting, where kids can get right up close to the animals and play with them! Maybe they might make a new friend!

Farmyard Nursery is a sweet area where kids can feed the animals by hand, and spend some time interacting with them. 

You can even ride on a fun tractor, or visit the wallaby and kangaroo enclosure!

If kids just love the farm and want a really unique experience, they can spend the night there! They can camp out in a paddock right in front of the emus, wallabies and kangaroos, and explore the paddocks at sunset! An incredible experience and yes - it's for the whole family too! They have special family rates. 

If you fancy celebrating your special day with the animals, they can hold your birthday party there! There are catering or self-catering options for the package, so have a farm-tastic day!

Make sure you keep an eye on their news, because they might just announce some cute baby animals at the farm!  Sweet!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$25.50
  • Children$15 (Ages 3 - 16)
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

9am to 4.30pm every day.

Teachers corner

Calmsley Hill hope to be a world class facility for the teaching, learning and research of Sustainability. Along with offering visitors an opportunity to see livestock and native animals, they do also remain a working farm, with cattle and They also host one of the last remaining sites for the endangered ecological community of the Western Sydney Dry Rainforest! Pretty amazing!.

I'm Hungry!

The Farm House Cafe is there is you want something tasty, like one of their burgers, ice creams or a kickstarting coffee in the morning (parents, that one's for you!)

Also, you can bring your own picnic lunch, or use their electric BBQ’s to cook your own lunch while you enjoy the beautiful grounds. The cafe offer DIY BBQ packs so you don't even have to think ahead about buying meats before you arrive! .

Any Top Tips?

Tractor rides are additional at $3 per person, and animal feed is $2 a bag..

What people are saying?

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    TRACTOR RIDE: Although there were many seats left on the carriage, I was unable to purchase an extra ticket so that I can accompany my 2 year old child for the ride. Interestingly, the driver said my 2 year old can sit by himself with other adults and children.

    In a nutshell, it is safer for a 2 year old can sit with strangers and other older children, but it would be dangerous if the parent is sitting with him. Please note safety restraint is by way of holding onto the hand rails.

    The one star is because this place sells Paddle Pop stick so...Read More

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    This is such a great place to bring your kids. Really easy going staff, who are passionate at about showing people the real farming life in Australia. My kids loved it and I am so glad I brought them along.

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    Nice place for kids to have fun. The best thing here is kids can touch the animals. Other places they don't let you touch. My daughter loved the place.

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    5 yo had a great time here. She enjoyed the sheep shearing, tractor ride, koala talk, and hanging out with the kangaroos and wallabies. She was less enthusiastic about milking the cow, but she gave it a shot. Good for her.

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    Awesome

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by Angella Rosso

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TRACTOR RIDE: Although there were many seats left on the carriage, I was unable to purchase an extra ticket so that I can accompany my 2 year old child for the ride. Interestingly, the driver said my 2 year old can sit by himself with other adults and children.

In a nutshell, it is safer for a 2 year old can sit with strangers and other older children, but it would be dangerous if the parent is sitting with him. Please note safety restraint is by way of holding onto the hand rails.

The one star is because this place sells Paddle Pop stick so my child won't fell left out. Thank you Streets Ice Cream.

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