Just to get it out of the way, there is not a lot to see or do in this place.
What this place offers is a fill-in activity that you can complete in an hour or so of visit. Which is what we needed to do after visiting Te Mata Peak and having lunch in one of the wineries in the area.
People who grew up in rural/farm areas will find the novelty factor thin. But our 6 year old kid, who has little opportunity to be in farms, enjoyed the opportunity to get close to the farm animals and feed the chickens so definitely it was a fun time for her.
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