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Myuna Farm

Myuna Farm is a working community and children's farm in Melbourne's south east. Come along to cuddle some baby animals, see kangaroos and other native animals, or learn more about Australian farming and sustainability.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, Council facilities are closed until further notice.

Myuna Farm will reopen on Friday, June 18 at 10 am. You do not need to book for a general visit. 

You must wear a mask while indoors, including the farm entry and the Animal Nursery. Masks are not needed outdoors unless social distancing is not possible. 

  • Groups attending the farm must be less than 20 people.
  • The Animal Nursery will be open and capped at 50 people at a time. 
  • Train rides are available. 
  • Pony rides are unavailable.
Pony ride at Myuna Farm

There's so much to do at Myuna Farm: whether it's cuddling with some farm animals or feeding a kangaroo. And don't forget, we would love to help you throw your event at the farm too.

Parties and functions at Myuna Farm

Have your next party or function at Myuna Farm. Whether it's a child's birthday, a family get together, or even a business meeting, let us help you make it a really unique experience.

mum and son feeding camel

Myuna Farm has many spaces you can hire for your parties and functions. 

Rooms and venues at Myuna Farm

We offer a variety of rooms and facilities at Myuna Farm for your next event or gathering.

Education programs at Myuna Farm

We have education programs catered for all students, from preschool to tertiary. All relevant programs are built on practical activities aligned with the Victorian and Austrailan Curriculums, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).

Events at Myuna Farm

Find out what exciting events are coming up at the farm!

History of Myuna Farm

Myuna Farm has a long and interesting history. Find out how the farm was first founded and its transformation from pre-European settlement to today.

182 Kidds Road, Doveton, VIC 3177
Myuna Farm is Open everyday of the year from 10am to 4pm (including public holidays)

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