Avonlea Alpaca Stud Tourist Farm

Phone: 08 9622 5669

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Toodyay Road, Northam WA, 6401

Avonlea Alpaca Stud Tourist Farm
Category: Tourist Attractions

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08 9622 5669
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Toodyay Road, Northam WA, 6401
 

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Nestled at the base of the hills on the banks of the Avon River approximately 90 kilometres from Perth and half way between Northam and Toodyay on the Northam to Toodyay Road is the Avonlea Park Alpaca Stud and Tourist Farm. Take a picnic or barbecue. Avonlea Alpaca Stud and Tourist Farm is primarily an alpaca stud, but other animals to see and learn about include donkeys, coloured sheep and goats. At Avonlea we provide friendly and personalised service and hospitality while providing informative, entertaining and interesting talks about the animals. You can even get up close and personal and feed the alpacas. Morning, afternoon teas and light lunches are available and visitors can purchase exquisite alpaca garments, fleece and wool as well as local crafts.

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    Nestled at the base of the hills on the banks of the Avon River approximately 90 kilometres from Perth and half way between Northam and Toodyay on the Northam to Toodyay Road is the Avonlea Park Alpaca Stud and Tourist Farm. Take a picnic or barbecue. Avonlea Alpaca Stud and Tourist Farm is primarily an alpaca stud, but other animals to see and learn about include donkeys, coloured sheep and goats. At Avonlea we provide friendly and personalised service and hospitality while providing informative, entertaining and interesting talks about the animals. You can even get up close and personal and feed the alpacas. Morning, afternoon teas and light lunches are available and visitors can purchase exquisite alpaca garments, fleece and wool as well as local crafts.

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