Our llama activities include a Llama Walk or a Llama Experience! These are open to the general public at certain times of the year. Please call or email for ALL bookings!
At present all our llama activites run on the last Sunday of each month (weather permitting). Llama Walks from 9-11 am and Llama Experiences from 2-2:30pm and 2:30-3pm.
Our Llama Experience is the opportunity to get up close and personal with the llamas if you don't fancy a hike or can't make one. You will get a 30 minute tour and experience feeding these beautiful creatures! It is suitable for all ages and the cost is $15 per person (under 12 months is free) and drops to $10 per person if you bring 4 or more participants.
Our walks include a catered morning tea as well as feeding the llamas. The cost is $55 for adults and $27.50 for children under 12 (includes GST), with a 10% discount for guests or group bookings of 6 or more adults. Please note the hike is suitable for children over 7 years old (under 7's can enjoy the Llama Experience however).
The walk (which is more of a hike) lasts for roughly an hour and hiking shoes or walking shoes are recommended as well as a hat, sunscreen and water bottle. Each participant will lead a shared llama along one of our walking tracks for the morning! An extra bonus of the walks are the spectacular views over the Dayboro Valley!
Please email or call to book!
Please note: We can also organise gift vouchers should you wish to give a Llama Walk or Llama Experience as a present!
Our beautiful llamas are curious, interesting and calming characters and are bred for their temperament. They originate from the Americas, and are amongst the earliest of all domesticated animals. A member of the camelid family, llamas are a herd animal, but react very positively with people. Extremely versatile, they come in a wide variety of colours, sizes and personalities!
A friendly companion, llamas are commonly used as pack animals in mountainous areas and for those who just enjoy hiking or backpacking. Capable of carrying 1/3 of their body weight, llamas are a quiet and willing companion when hiking. With their two toed foot, llamas are agile and sure-footed. As a bonus feature, the soft pad on the bottom of their foot results in a low impact on the environment.