For many people, meeting the animals at Rand Farm Park is a very special experience. Our animals are used to people and most of them enjoy being stroked and spoken to.
The majority live in cosy undercover pens, ensuring you can meet them at any time of the year. During the summer months, we have lots of animals outside in our paddocks. Plus every day, there’s a full activity programme.
Who can resist a cute bunny rabbit? So soft and fluffy, you can meet Rabbits or Guinea Pigs in the small animal handling sessions.
Weekdays at 10:30am, 12pm, 2pm plus an extra session at weekends and school holidays at 4pm
Always a favourite activity. Depending on the time of year, you can bottle feed either orphan lambs or cute Calves. Hold on to the bottle tightly as they are stronger than they look!!
Everyday at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm
From egg to chick, you can see all stages of the lifecycle in the chick and duckling hatchery. Plus in the daily activities, you even have an opportunity to hold newly born chicks. All very cute.
No set times, please ask when you arrive
Find out where milk really comes from! Using modern farming methods, milking demonstrations take place daily in our dairy.
Everyday at 1pm
As a working farm, you’ll find plenty of adorable animals and year-round babies. From Alpacas, Donkeys and Goats to Sheep, Rabbits and Cows, they can’t wait to meet you.
This is Hugo, the last donkey foal to be born in 2018