Countrylife Farm, Dunsborough

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#4 of 12 in Theme Parks in Western Australia
Designed to entertain and educate children and their parents about Australian farm life and farm animals, Countrylife Farm allows visitors to hand-feed and pet rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, geese, cows, ponies, ducks, donkeys, llamas, and alpacas. The site includes a large outdoor playground area, which includes bouncy castles, huge inflatable slides, and a merry-go-round. An indoor adventure playground is also available for rainy days, and serves free tea and coffee. You can bring your own food and drinks into the farm, or use the complimentary barbecue facilities. There is also a small pond nearby, with boats available for rent. Our Dunsborough trip itinerary builder tool makes visiting Countrylife Farm and other Dunsborough attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We were delighted and surprised to find the 4D cinema as a bonus ride at country life farm. $5 a ride vs $15 as it has been in other places we have visited seemed very reasonable. Great cool place to ...  more »
  • We love coming here as there is so much to do. The animals are really well cared for (vaccinated/clean) and there is the opportunity to interact with kangaroos & their Joeys which come in from the bus...  more »
  • We came here with my young niece as a day out for her while down south, it was a good day however there were a few things that we thought were average Animals - while there were a lot of animals, they...  more »
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  • A bit rough and ready, but the kids love it. We usually visit Country Life Farm on our annual summer holiday "down south". I felt it was getting a bit on the pricey side this year for what it is at essentially $20 pp ($20 for adults and $18 for kids over 2yrs old) and no family package, but there is plenty to keep the kids busy and the indoor playground gives mum and dad some R&R at the end. Apart from the free tea and coffee in the indoor playground shed, food and drinks are pricey and minimal so make sure you BYO. There are heaps of nice spots hidden around the place for a picnic so its worth the effort. Go well prepared and make a day of it.
  • An absolute must if visiting the Margaret River region with children. Was the highlight of our holiday for the kids. Hands on feeding the animals, boat rides, bumper cars, bouncy castle, indoor play area, etc and very reasonably priced. Lots of shaded seating areas too for a picnic or just to sit and watch the kids playing. Ticks all the boxes for a family day out.
  • Great day out for kids of all ages. Upon entry you get a bucket of carrots and a variety of animals to feed including goats, sheep, horses, llamas and then towards the back of the place there are guinea pigs and rabbits you can sit down and hold. They also have a very old but working merry go round which the little ones love that goes on the hour. There is a huge bouncy castle, indoor playground which caters for toddlers and bigger kids and you can get complimentary tea/coffee, and bumper cars. Staff are super friendly and always ready for a joke. There is no food there besides an ice cream or packet of chips which is a pain and if you want extra bumper car rides or feed buckets you have to pay extra. Overall a great place to go
  • Ludicrously expensive for what was a "just-okay" hour or so. Going with the grandparents and the kids cost us just shy of $120 (4 adults, 3 kids). For this you get 3 buckets of carrots and access to most activities for no extra charge (12D cinema is extra). I feel like $70-$80 would be the right price point, given the condition of the place, the range of activities and the amount of time you can realistically spend there. It's not as big as it looks, so the kids will be done sooner than you expect. Not a great experience but not awful either. Go there if money is not something you're too fussed about.
  • Kids loved it. Basic set up but pretty cool

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