Quamby Park Farm Stay & Petting Zoo


4.5 from 2 users


597 Fishers Lane Bendick Murrell, New South Wales

0439 134 040





Quamby Park Farm Stay and Petting Zoo are a 55 acre property at the foot of the Dananbilla Range, a working farm with coloured sheep - both Damaras and miniatures, miniature Galloway Cattle, miniature and normal sized horses, bunnies, donkeys, turkeys, guinea fowl, peacocks and LOTS of goats. Accommodation options include a bunkhouse, old school bus and campsites. Bookings are required. All campsites are unpowered. Toilets and showers available. Campfires permitted when restrictions aren't in place. Firewood available to purchase by the wheelbarrow load. The State Forest that surrounds the farm is a wonderful experience for bush walking and sight seeing. The views are outstanding with spectacular sunrises and sunsets to admire. There are endless amounts of native birds, kangaroos and wallabies to view, and sometimes a local echidna or wombat.

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Lat: -34.217855 Lng: 148.469468

User Reviews



What a great place! We stayed a night in the bunkhouse and loved the rustic feel to it (heated bedroom and electric blankets a great feature for cold winter nights). The number of animals is amazing and my daughter absolutely loved interacting with them and seeing them all. Hosts were super friendly and accommodating. Camp sites on the hill give amazing sunset views. We will definitely be back


The Kemps

Called up on new years eve and arrived a few hours later. Janelle and David made us feel welcome. We packed up in our own time on new years day and were not pushed out. We had our caravan up on the range, the view was spectacular and we were greeted when we woke with the friendly miniature ponies. David spent two hours in the morning showing us around, feeding the animals and telling us the history of the area. The children loved feeding and playing with the baby goats and deer. Up on the range you are a long way from the toilet so best you have your own or request to camp closer. Highly recommended if you are happy to not have fancy facilities.


User 2259207

Great place to hang out with the animals. I fell in love with the miniature goats. The owners are amazingly friendly and welcoming, and spent a lot of time showing us around. We helped to feed the babies and milk the mum goats. The camping is basic but good. We camped in the Fairydale paddock, which we shared with some miniature horses and cows. Lovely view from the campsite. Toilets available, and showers at an extra cost.


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