Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour, Oxenford
About Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour, Oxenford
Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour, Oxenford - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Entertainment Rd, Oxenford QLD 4210, Australia
Ticket Price: 30 AUD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Paradise Country offers you an authentic Aussie Farm as it engages you in the traditional Australian Bush Culture. In the farm, you can feed the friendly kangaroos, visit Koala Village and see the skills of the master shearers in the Sheep Shearing Show. Some of the highlights of the farm tour would include:
- You can experience the thrill of uncovering opal from the dusty mine at 'Clancy's Opal’.
- The kids will love the Animal Nursery with innocent baby lambs, piglets and calves. This tour will let you experience the feeling of being on a real Australian farm as you watch the Australian stockmen and their dogs round up a flock of sheep and crack a stockman's whip.
- Indulge into delectable Australian cuisine in the farmhouse restaurant. A delicious buffet barbecue lunch is served as you enjoy some great Aussie music.
Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour Ticket Prices
- Adult: $39.99(General Admission plus barbecue lunch)
- Child (3 - 13 yrs): $19.99 (General Admission plus free mining)
- Child (3 - 13 yrs): $24.99(General Admission plus barbecue lunch)
How To reach Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour by Public Transport
- Train services from the Gold Coast or Brisbane to Helensvale station and after that a short taxi ride to Paradise Country.
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Paradise Country Aussie Farm Tour, Oxenford Reviews - Write a Review
We enjoyed our visit great atmosphere with lots of animals and country experiences. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. My only disappointment was seeing people standing around smoking in an area that is tinder dry with lots of trees and bushes which could so easily turn into a disaster with only one spark. These people were smoking near the restaurant and just off from where there are lots of animal enclosures. Be it a visitor to our country or a local this should not be allowed, it only takes one person's stupidity to cause a lot of harm and hurt to so many.
if there is a 0 star, i would give to them. Racist! no public transport to there. if you walk with olders and kids, you walk there you die. They have small cars to send people to other theme park. but only for group people. they never give you opportunities even empty seats. you can go other place see similar things. Very bad experience!
Firstly will mention the partner and I visited during Chinese New Year so our experience was less fulfilling than it could have been any other time of year. So many Chinese tourists wanting koala photos meaning they were completely sold out for the general public. Many animal encounters were 'unavailable' due to it being a busy time of year. A lot of the animals were in hiding meaning if you were there for the animals and considering its a farm and wildlife park you would have been highly disappointed. It was 45 degrees with very little shade and a lot of uphill walking. The walk from the carpark to the actual park was long and exhausted in such severe heat. They should offer a ride from one end to the other. People will disabilities such as wheelchairs, unable to walk distances and people with pain would suffer from this walk. The only highlight for me was visiting the small farm barn and being able to hand feed goats and sheep. It was horrible to see the condition the guinea pigs were in. A simple fan blowing onto their wooden caged area and running area with a lot of them dehydrated looking and overheated. The baby calf looked extremely under weight.
Fairly small and you can finish seeing everything in half a day easily. However it is fun and enjoyable to look and play with the few animals you are allowed to. Would be better if there was greater access to more animals, however limited access is understandable.
Dominated by Chinese tourists. Be good if there was a more diverse mix of international tourists. Unfortunately the day we went was raining and was not a lot of shelter for the attractions.