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Collingwood Children's Farm

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Published July 18th 2013
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Collingwood Farm

The Collingwood Children's Farm is a lovely farm located in Collingwood, which can be accessed by train and tram routes from the city. Entry is affordable, only $16 for a family ticket, $8 for an adult and $4 for children. I found it very well priced and was happy I didn't have to pay a fortune.

My boys and their cousins loved the farm, the animals were so cute and friendly. The farm offers cow milking as an activity; my eldest son really loved it, it was a lot of fun.

Sleeping goats

It has its own cafe, so you can have a bite to eat while you are there unlike some other farms. They serve a lot of healthy and nutritious food there. The range of animals on the farm include cows, goats, donkeys, horses, sheep, ducks, peacocks, cats, guinea pigs, bees and earthworms.

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Lily checking out the animals

There's a cute cuddly animal for everyone at the farm, my kids loved cuddling the baby guinea pigs and patting all the friendly animals. Every second Saturday of the month they have a farmers; market which is BYO trolley and bags.

Parking at the farm is only $6 for all day; the money goes towards a special foundation. My experience at the farm was pleasant, fun and I was glad to see the kids so happy. It's worth the trip and good to give different farms some business.
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Why? Fun for children, great for adults as well.
When: During the week or weekend.
Phone: 03 9417 5806
Where: 18 St Heliers St Abbotsford, Melbourne, VIC, 3067
Cost: $16 for family ticket $8 adult and $4 child
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