Looking for something different to do during the September school holidays? You can wander through the strawberry fields, pick and eat strawberries … and walk a llama at Wamuran’s Luvaberry Farm.
The family-owned farm is hosting Peckish Picking sessions during the school holidays, with a twist. Participants can not only explore the farm, tasting the strawberries as they pick them, they can also walk and pet a llama.
They will also have the chance to take plenty of photos.
Tickets cost $46.50 per adult (+booking fee). Children can enter for free.
The ticket includes walking a Llama and Peckish Picking with a take-home 500g punnet of strawberries.
To find out more and to book, visit the website
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