240 Rahu Road
RD4, Paeroa, New Zealand
We We are temporarily closed. Updates will be coming soon. We thank our visitors for their patience, and would like to reassure any voucher holders that the expiry dates on them will not apply and we will be happy to accept them any time in the future. Any questions, please let us know. Regards, The Bullswools 🙂
Tuesday - Sunday, and close Mondays.
Visitor hours: 10am to 4pm
Last admission 3.30pm
We are Open:
Queens Birthday Weekend
* Booking to visit the farm is not necessary
WE'RE READY, LET'S TALK 🙂
We welcome all of your suggestions and questions. We endeavor to reply to all emails as soon as possible.
Warm greetings to all our friends
We have taken the very hard decision to close the Farm Park temporarily.
We plan to use the time we’re closed to look at our systems to ensure we can offer a safe environment for all our visitors during the time of COVID-19. We also plan to use this time as opportunity to tackle a few projects that have been sitting on the “to do” list for a while!
These are challenging times for all of us. We are in the business of providing fun, and are reminded at this time that providing our children with fun, sunshine, meaningful activity and laughter is just as important at boosting our immune systems as practical forms of self care.
Much love from our family to yours
<3 The Bullswools
PS: Under the circumstances, the expiry dates on all vouchers purchased from us no longer apply. They will honoured whatever the date on them 🙂
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- There is no need for small private groups to book. For tour groups, schools and birthday parties please go to our groups page
- We are fully stocked, and are unable to take any animals needing rehoming, sorry.
- Dogs: Visiting dogs are not able to go around the Farm Park, and must remain in your car.
- Wheelchairs: We have lots of wheelchair users visit the farm, and get good feedback from them. Our main animal area is accessible. However, the amount of mobility depends quite a bit on the wheelchair (motorized ones usually can make it up to our lookout, whereas pushed ones usually can't, unless there's a fair bit of strength available.)