For animal-centric things to do in Samford surrounds great for children and adults alike, visit the family-owned Trevena Glen Farm situated on 16 acres of land in the foothills of the D’Aguilar Range, just a 10-minute drive from Samford Village.
Trevena Glen provides a safe, fun, and loving environment to all who visit. This farm has been an iconic place within Moreton Bay Region for 30 years.
Whether you’d like to attend the monthly Open Farm Day held on the second Saturday of each month, hire a farm for a party, organise after-school care, kindy/daycare/school excursions/tours, or enquire about arena hire or horse riding lessons Samford surrounds at Trevena Glen – the friendly and experienced owners, Katie & Lindsay, Liz & Alan, are more than happy to accommodate you.
Trevena's monthly Farm Open Day is held on the second Saturday of each month. Say hello to an alpaca, donkeys, chickens, guinea pigs, goats, pigs, sheep, cows, and horses! Event numbers are capped so to guarantee entry it is recommended you pre-purchase tickets online.
Book in for Beginner & Intermediate Horse Riding Lessons Samford surrounds. Choose from Horse Riding Day Camps, or 2 Day Camps. A range of ponies and horses are available catering from beginner level through to intermediate. All riding trainers have horse industry experience and are continually honing their skills working alongside the head coach.
Specific learning plans are tailored to each student, with most lessons one-on-one and all riding gear provided. Prices start from as little as $50 per 30 min a week (pre-purchased term blocks only).
Does your child have a birthday coming up, keen to hire a farm for a party? Then call Trevena Glen! You can choose from various party packages which include tractor trailer rides, exclusive use of the ‘party shed’, access to a large fenced outdoor area, use of trampoline & play equipment, plus handling and feeding of farm animals and party games.
You can add optional extras such as catering/birthday cake, mini pony decorating, pony rides or sulky rides, a jumping castle, and much more. Basic packages start from $350 for up to 10 children.
A tailored ‘hands-on’ farm experience is both greatly enjoyable and educational.
Generally these experiences last 3 to 4 hours with time allowed for morning tea & lunch. They include large and small horse riding with opportunities for grooming, small farm animal encounters and large animal feeding complete with tractor trailer rides.
Address: 1100 Winn Road, Mt Samson (next door to the Mt Samson Primary School)
Contact: Call Trevena on 07 3289 4257, or 0413 461 136, or email email@example.com to enquire about things to do in Samford surrounds at Trevena Glen Farm.
There’s plenty to see and do in our gorgeous hinterland. You can take a hinterland day trip, embark on a self-guided foodie discovery expedition, or stay awhile at one of the many hinterland holidaying hotspots to fully immerse yourself in the rural atmosphere for a few days, or longer.
D’Aguilar National Park is a truly stunning region just north of Brisbane, with beautiful subtropical rainforests, eucalypt woodlands, and scribbly gum forests. The park’s picnic areas and walking tracks make a great day trip from the city and bayside hubs.
The region boasts many museums and art galleries and areas such as Dayboro, Samford, Woodford and Caboolture are rich in history harking back to the region’s pre-European penal settlement. You’ll find numerous Heritage Trails and other areas of interests to explore.
Book your Trevena Glen experience now: https://trevenaglen.rezdy.com/
1100 Winn Road, Mount Samson QLD, Australia
(07) 3289 4257
Public holidays may vary
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