Find it at: Mount Barker Road,  Hahndorf

Adelaide’s Hahndorf Farm Barn is a unique blend of a children’s farmyard and wildlife park. You can hold, touch and feed most of the animals in complete safety and at your own comfort level. Find out how animals are born, grow and live on a farm. A visit to Adelaide’s Hahndorf Farm Barn is not just about family fun activities or keeping the kids entertained – it’s educational as well!

The Farm Barn prides themselves on providing the best school holiday activities in Adelaide! There are many activities for kids at the farm and you can easily spend hours here enjoying quality time with your family.

  • Play in the playground and sand pit!
  • Milk a cow
  • Bottle feed baby lambs
  • Cuddle baby rabbits and guinea pigs
  • Hold baby chicks
  • Try out the brand new electric diggers in the huge sand pit

Open 10am-4pm daily with a reptile show at 12.30 Sat and Sun and Farm Shows daily at 11am and 2.30pm.
Let the kids be kids; bring a picnic or enjoy a BBQ in our undercover picnic and BBQ area, and wander through the farm together.
It’s a great way for children to learn about farm animals and farm life. They hold birthday parties too, which kids adore!

Nanna Review:

I walked into the farm barn holding my two grand children , ( Blake – 12yrs ) and (Winnie 18 mth ) firmly by the hands. Within a few minutes they were totally on their own , my job for the rest if the day was just to walk behind them and watch as they were totally absorbed by the animals , big and small. I never heard or had to say , ” don’t touch ” ” be careful ” the kids were encouraged to hold, pet, and feed the animals. My grand daughter like lots of other children there was to small to reach over the pens to feed the baby animals ( perfect solution ) they put the little ones in the pens with the animals. It was a full house the day we went but I noticed probably 70/cent of the people were tourists , shame to think the locals don’t seem to be aware of the farm barn and it’s on our door step, we don’t have to fly half way around the world to enjoy it. It was a fabulous day and I would recommend it , a place where kids can be kids and animals can be animals together.

2282 Mount Barker Road,  Hahndorf
Phone: 08 8388 7289
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm, 7 days a week

Find it at 2282 Mount Barker Rd, Hahndorf

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