The Llama Farm is one of a growing number of farm visit experiences you can enjoy in the Ipswich region but with Queensland’s biggest herd of llamas, it’s an experience unlike any other.
Visitors can choose a llama to walk with on a lead along a purpose-built trail on the farm which borders the upper reaches of the Brisbane River at Pine Mountain.
Many of this herd of 75 have been born and raised here and so are extremely friendly around humans, which is handy if you’re after close-up and selfies.
And every one of them has a name.
“They’re just such lovely animals to have around and people love coming to visit,” he said.
“One of the joys about having a property like this is that you get to share it with people and that’s the whole reason we wanted to wait and get everything sorted before we opened the gates to the public.”
Visitors will also see donkeys, miniature ponies, a large flock of peacocks, Chinese geese, turkeys, guinea fowl and two big fluffy white Maremma dogs, Lucy and Lola, whose job it is to guard the poultry.
Morning or afternoon teas can be included for larger groups.
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