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Paradise Country

Oxenford, Gold Coast Area

Paradise Country is a great destination for families to experience an authentic Aussie Farm that reflects the traditional Australian Bush Culture. There is so much to do, you can feed the friendly kangaroos, visit Koala Village where you can have your photo taken with a cuddly Koala, see the skills of the master shearers in the Sheep Shearing Show.

Have you ever wondered what it's like working in a real opal mine? Well now you can experience it first hand with 'Clancy's Opal Mine' where you can experience the thrill of uncovering your very own opal in the dusty mine. You can also experience the excitement of fossicking for gold, silver and precious gem stones with the authentic Paradise Country Gold Fossicking.

The kids will love the Animal Nursery with gorgeous baby lambs, piglets and calves. Experience the feeling of being on a real Australian farm as you watch stockmen and their dogs round up a flock of sheep, crack a stockman's whip and meet Paradise Country's newest residents, a pair of friendly dingoes. Sample a feast of country tucker in the farmhouse restaurant. A delicious buffet barbecue lunch is served as you enjoy some great Aussie music.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $25 - $30 Adult (+14 years) One Day General Admission Price.
Child $15 - $20 Child (3 - 13 years) One Day General Admission Price.

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
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Oxenford, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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