The sunshine state has many wonderful animal related activities for kids. But did you know that they had a Llama Farm? Me either!
The Llama Farm located in Pine Mountain in Ipswich, is home to Queensland's largest herd of llamas. It is an 80 acre farm, that is also home to donkeys, miniature ponies, miniature goats, camels, sheep, Maremma dogs and multiple poultry species.
Credit: The Llama Farm Website
Credit: The Llama Farm Facebook Page
They offer visitors two different experiences when visiting where you can visit, feed and interact with these gorgeous creatures.
Experiences include a farm tour or a guided llama walk. Both experiences are by appointment only, you cannot just drop by the Llama Farm. They are open for bookings either on the weekend or during school holidays.
You can make a booking for this amazing place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or via their Facebook page.
The farm tour 'Faces of the Farm' is a two hour tour running on Saturdays and Sundays at 9am. Adults are $25, children are $15 and children under five are free.
Guided Llama walks is a two hour experience running on Saturdays and Sundays at 4pm. Visitors must be ten years or older and it is $45 per walker.
Visitors to the farm can also bring along a picnic and have a picnic in the paddock in the great outdoors, making it a full family outdoor experience.