Horseshoe Bend Farm
Just 20 minutes from the city is a tranquil slice of rural Australia. Horseshoe Bend Farm is a popular destination for visitors of all ages. Inquisitive young minds and budding explorers will relish getting their hands dirty while they inspect and climb on farming equipment.
Things to Do
See pigs, dairy cows, sheep, goats, donkeys, peacocks, ducks and other bird life.
Activities including pony rides.
2 km Wetland Circuit walking track which runs along the edge of the Maribyrnong River.
The farm features an original weatherboard 1930s cottage complete with cottage gardens and outbuildings.
Picnic tables, picnic shelters and toilets are provided.
Children's playground is on site.
Until 1854 the 26 ha property which is now Horseshoe Bend Farm served as the Keilor Village Reserve. This meant it was used for grazing and by any travellers who were passing through the area.
From 1854 until the early 1900s the land was subdivided. In the early 1900s William O'Neil Jnr purchased the property and operated it as a dairy farm. After O'Neils death in the 1930s the farm was subdivided into smaller lots. These lots passed through the hands of various owners who used them as orchards and market gardens.
Horseshoe Bend Farm in Keilor, just 20 minutes away from Melbourne's CBD.
2012 - Horseshoe Bend Farm is currently closed while Parks Victoria are looking for a new operator and hopefully will re-open shortly.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Horseshoe Bend Road, Keilor | Map
✆ 9336 4782
❊ Web Links ❊
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