Ottaba Llamas

Agri, Mining and Industry

Llamas are unique animals, each with their own character and personality. Ottaba Llamas was established in 2010 and offers you the opportunity to take your own llama for a trek through their beautiful area.

Their friendly llamas will be your companion as you lead them along the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail near Esk. A great activity to do with the family, whether it be a walk along Brisbane Valley Rail Trail at Ottaba or a Winery walk at Mt Archer. Also if your visiting the Moreton Bay region check out the Bribie Island Walks on Sundays . They have a llama to suit everyone. You can arrange a time for a Llama Encounter/Farm visit- where you can meet their various camelids – Llamas, Alpacas and their Camel, as well as the usual farm animals – Donkey, mini goats, cattle, horses, sheep, chickens and turkeys.

They cater for groups as well as being mobile and able to bring Llamas to Schools, universities, Aged care, Weddings, Parties and more.


Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Public Toilet Wine Tasting

Internet Access

Broadband Internet Access



Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre


From AU$40.00

Individual Activity Prices are available on their web page. All events are by bookings only.

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