Emu Farm Tours

Taking a tour of the Emu Logic emu farm is a unique opportunity to visit one of a limited number of emu farms open to the public in Australia. Visitors have the opportunity of viewing and interacting with some of our 900 emus. Emus lay between April and September with chicks hatching from mid July, so this is when you can see little chicks running around or if you are lucky see them hatching. At any time of the year you can meet the chicks as they grow and older emus in our farm paddocks and have the opportunity to hear and watch these wonderful birds up close. It's a wonderful experience for people of all ages!

After touring, you can return to our homestead and visit our Homestead Farm Shop, which has a wide range of our emu products for you to purchase. You will also get to understand the huge benefits of using emu oils and soaps.

Tours cost $10 a head under 5 years are free minimum cost $25 a tour.

For small group tours can run when ever the farm shop is open if you are lucky enough we can take one or to avoid disappointment book head.

For groups over 20 people booking ahead is essential and can be arranged for most times. You can also book for a relax in the homestead gardens with a cup of tea or coffee for morning or afternoon tea or lunch all with a chance to experience emu eggs [in season] and meat as part of the eats. Our farm garden is full of unique native birds to enjoy as well as the garden.

Catering is available upon request.

To see what other visitors have thought of our farm check out our Facebook page.
We look forward to seeing you!

On Tour Photos

High School Excursions

emu logic green bullet point Science Stage 4 - Living World

Covering outcomes:
SC4-14LW:relates the structure and function of living things to their classification, survival and reproduction
SC4-15LW:explains how new biological evidence changes people's understanding of the world
  • emu logic green bullet point Geography Stage 4 - Interconnection

    Covering outcomes:
    GE4-2: describes processes and influences that form and transform places and environments
    GE4-3: explains how interactions and connections between people, places and environments result in change
    GE4-4: examines perspectives of people and organisations on a range of geographical issues
    GE4-5: discusses management of places and environments for their sustainability
    GE4-7: acquires and processes geographical information by selecting and using geographical tools for inquiry
    GE4-8: communicates geographical information using a variety of strategies

    Addressing Key Inquiry Questions:
    • How are people and places connected to other places?
    • What role does technology play in connecting people to people, goods, services and information in other places?
    • What are the consequences of a globally connected world for people and places?
    • Why are interconnections important for the future of places and environments?

  • emu logic green bullet point Technolgy (Mandatory) - Agriculture

    We cover the entire Agriculture syllabus including:

    Stage 4 outcomes:
    4.4.1:examines the impact of past and current agricultural practices on agricultural sustainability
    4.4.2:identifies aspects of profitability, technology, sustainability and ethics that impact on management decisions
    4.4.3:implements and appreciates the application of animal welfare guidelines to agricultural practices
    4.5.1:performs controlled experiments in agricultural contexts
    4.5.2:communicates experimental data using a range of information and communication technologies
    4.6.1:follows safety and hygiene instructions when using chemicals, tools and agricultural machinery in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety requirements
    4.6.2:performs plant and animal management practices safely and in cooperation with others
    Stage 5 outcomes:
    5.4.1:evaluates the impact of past and current agricultural practices on agricultural sustainability
    5.4.2:evaluates management practices in terms of profitability, technology, sustainability, social issues and ethics
    5.4.3:implements and justifies the application of animal welfare guidelines to agricultural practices
    5.5.1:designs, undertakes, analyses and evaluates experiments and investigates problems in agricultural contexts
    5.5.2:collects and analyses agricultural data and communicates results using a range of technologies
    5.6.1:applies Occupational Health and Safety requirements when using, maintaining and storing chemicals, tools and agricultural machinery
    5.6.2:performs plant and animal management practices safely and in cooperation with others