Discover Ipswich Magazine 2023



If you’re looking to extend your stay, there are also a number of farm stays where you can rest your head and spend more time soaking up the fresh air. Farm stays

EWE Nique Hobby Farm

The Llama Farm is nestled between the rolling foothills of beautiful Pine Mountain and the tranquil waters of the mid Brisbane River, just 15 minutes from the Ipswich CBD. It is the largest working llama farm in Queensland offering authentic rural tourism experiences to visitors of all ages. Aside from llamas, there are a variety of other animals to encounter including camels, donkeys, miniature ponies, sheep, goats, emus, rabbits, cavies and poultry. The Llama Farm is only open on weekends and selected school holiday dates via an online tour booking. envelope phone 0403 284 665 ARROW-POINTER 1 – Tallavalley Farm B&B is a three-bedroom cottage on a farm at Tallegalla. This delightful cottage includes an open kitchen, living room, laundry and a deck, which overlooks the gardens and surrounding farmland. Here you will find horses, cattle and can feed the resident chooks. 2 – Another tranquil escape from city life can be found at Keira Farm on the outskirts of Ipswich. The farm has a well-appointed cottage which can sleep up to five people and boasts a large veranda and an outdoor spa bath. Two pre-pitched tents and one glamping tent are also available. As the farm is nestled between a natural swamp and a creek, you will have the opportunity to see native birds like black swans, magpies and geese. 3 – At the end of a winding road full of leafy trees you will find Pocket Retreats – a great location to reconnect with nature. Located in Pine Mountain on a 120 acre cattle farm, there are two retreats to choose from for your stay. You will also find lots of rare bird species and birds of prey flying high in the sky.


The Llama Farm

By Ashleigh Howarth

Freelance writer @journo_ash_

ACCESSIBILITY TIP Customise an accessible experience at EWE Nique Hobby Farm The EWE Nique Hobby Farm has a flat gravel path leading to the Baa Baa Coffee Shed, which has seating areas there to rest. Speak to the owners Penny and Dave about your needs to tailor an accessible experience.


For more accommodation options see pages 40 and 41.

The Llama Farm


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