What’s New at the Farm

We always try to create new ways to engage with the Farm. Watch this space and the What’s On’ page so you don’t miss out!

Adventure Passport

Have fun as you explore Melbourne and Australia wide!

Take your ‘Adventure Passport’ with you, and when you visit participating venues across Australia make sure you get a stamp in you Passport!

Filled with amazing illustrations, fun facts, word searches, and many more activities!

At only $9.99 this book makes a great gift for any young adventures!

On sale now at our Reception!

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Cards and Calendars!

We now have Farm Cards for Sale!

In partnership with two fantastic artists Ciara Denham and Patrick Geier as well as our in house photographer Steve Costello we have created a beautiful selection of Greetings Cards, Post Cards and Calendars (calendars arriving soon).

These cards are unique and can only be purchased at Collingwood Children’s Farm; revenue raised from the sale of these cards will directly support both the artist and the work carried out here at the Farm.

Blank Greetings Cards (12 different options) : $5

Animal Photo Post Cards (4 different pics) : $2

2019 Calendars (Arriving Soon): $12

(Posted 4 December 2018)

Spring Babies!

Spring is well and truly here and is heralded by our latest arrivals - 3 fluffy Black Orpington chicks.

We also have Anglo-Nubian Goat Kids, Shropshire Lambs, and Berkshire Piglets

(Posted 23 October 2018. As our babies grow some of them may move on to bigger farms with more space.)

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Social Story

In partnership with AMAZE and the City of Yarra, we are proud to present the ‘Social Story’. Social Stories are a social learning tool that supports the safe and meaningful exchange of information between parents, professionals, and people with autism of all ages  

(Posted August 2018)

Barn Yarns

‘Barn Yarns’ are an opportunity for passionate people to share knowledge or discuss ideas/social issues.

Although we have already hosted two ‘Barn Yarns’ events, a group is starting to start a food swap. Follow the links below to find out more about the great work carried out by the Collingwood Country Women’s Association, or keep an eye on ‘What On’ for the next event.

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