We spent the morning roaming through the animal pens and paddocks meeting all of the animals there that had been rescued from near and far. Some of the animals were still recovering from injuries sustained previously but all of them were super friendly and just in need of a cuddle from us.
It is a little tricky for wheelchairs to get in to some of the animal enclosures, but most of the paddocks can be accessed for a couple of meters before it gets too hard to navigate the ruts. The toilets are not very accessible for wheelchair use as there is a little step up into them and they are quite tight.
It is a very peaceful place and everyone walks away with a big smile on their face and a happy heart.
To visit the farm you just have to book an appointment on their website, it books out weeks in advance so best to plan ahead. It is free entry with a guided tour (your choice of either 1 or 1.5 hours) however as the farm is run by volunteers, they very kindly ask for donations to help keep the animals fed and safe and to also help pay for rescuing animals in the future. There is also a gift shop where you can purchase items like tshirts, drink bottles and even vegan cookbooks.
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