Splitters Farm is a 160-acre property bordered by Splitters Creek, a freshwater nature reserve that feeds into Bundaberg’s beautiful Burnett River.
Splitters Farm first started in 2017 as a safe haven and sanctuary for rescued farm animals who had been neglected, abused or victims of their owners change of circumstances. Most, however, have come to Splitters Farm as the result of drought and the subsequent financial burden for farmers to feed their livestock.
The farm offers a self-guided entry seven days where you make your way from paddock to paddock at your own pace feeding animals and meeting the many characters of Splitters Farm. This option begins with a 5min safety briefing and guests are given some information to enable them to navigate the farm.
Guided tours run each weekend at 10:30am where a friendly guided personally introduces visitors to the rescue animals and takes you for a behind-the-scenes look where you can also collect eggs, taste honey and learn more about farm life. A photographers dream please bring a camera, drink, sunscreen, hat and covered shoes.
The acreage is a working cattle farm and, in addition to its rescued barnyard animals, is home to native Australian animals including wallabies, platypus, barramundi, prehistoric lung fish and boasts over 150 documented species of Australian bird life.
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Adults – $22.
Aged Concession/Pensioners – $20.