Rain, Hayne & Shine Farmyard


Rain, Hayne & Shine Farmyard

Set in the picturesque rural precinct of the Mornington Peninsula, the Rain, Hayne & Shine Farmyard provides “hands on” experiences with a large variety of friendly farm animals to feed and cuddle.

You will be amazed at the variety and quantity of animals residing on the farm. We even have a few native species in addition to the domestic stock.

ANIMALS, ANIMALS AND MORE ANIMALS

• A large variety of friendly animals

• Bottle feeding of baby animals

• Hand feeding of animals

• Patting and cuddling animals

• Hens, ducks, geese, turkeys and emu

• Goats, sheep, calves, horses, donkeys and pigs

• Friendly dingo

• Farm dogs, tortoises, ferret and pet rats

• Australian native birds

• Rabbits and guinea pigs

• Pony rides (charge applies)

• Goat cart rides (charge applies)

Trading hours: 10am - 4pm Daily
(Extended at peak times. Refer to newsletter for current opening hours )

MOBILE FARM


The FARM that comes to YOU!
Both EDUCATIONAL and ENTERTAINING
WHERE? ANYWHERE!

• Great fundraiser at fetes
• Suitable for corporate functions/ promotions
• Great party idea
• Suitable for schools, kindergartens and Child Care Centres with an educational program planned by a Primary School Teacher to suit the areas of study of each year level
• Suitable for visits to nursing homes and retirement villages

 
490 Stumpy Gully Road  Balnarring Victoria 3918 | View Map New Window
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