General Information

Experience real farm life at Myuna Farm. The farm is a fun learning environment where students will participate in a range of hands-on activities.  Friendly, knowledgably and welcoming Myuna Farm staff will organise all activities on the day.  Each group will have a room or sheltered area with tables and chairs reserved for their exclusive use throughout the day.

Booking enquiries and additional information

If you require further information on the program or you wish to make a booking, contact Myuna Farm on 9706 9944 or 

Myuna Farm feedback form (1mb)

Program Alignments with ACARA (222kb)

Risk assessment and public liability

Myuna Farm has public/products liability to the level of $500,000,000 and professional indemnity up to $500,000,000. A certificate of currency can be provided upon request.

Risk assessment information is available on the Risk assessment webpage.

Recent teacher feedback

Hands on Farming program (Prep to Grade 2):

“Very organised and the timetable ran smoothly throughout the day.” July 2016

“The care, flexibility and attention to detail from the staff was outstanding.” July 2016

“The program was super engaging, relevant and hands on.” July 2016

“The staff at Myuna Farm are very conscious about student safety and guidance with students”.  May 2016

Learning for Sustainability program (Grades 3 and 4):

 “The 1.5hr in the wetlands collecting specimens was great.” August 2016

“The program covered a range of topics on sustainability.”  August 2016

“The focus for ‘Sustainability’ was spot on – fabulous content. Plus the staff were friendly and helpful and related well to the students”. May 2014

Animal Husbandry (year 7 to tertiary):

“The hands on experience and range of activities were great.” May 2016

“We like the experience the students had with the care of animals and the flexibility of the staff.” July 2016

“Myuna Farm allows our students to show their technical animal handling skills and is a great teaching facility.” May 2016

“The farm has a large variety of animals, the students were able to learn hands on skills.” May 2016

Environmental Tour (year 7 to 12):

"I would recommend this tour to others. It was very relevant to year 11 and 12 VCE Outdoor Environmental studies. It was practical and provided good visual examples of sustainability initiatives for the students". July 2014.