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Edendale Community and Environment Farm is a key destination for Nillumbik residents and visitors. The site provides a range of important social and environmental benefits through environmental education, raising awareness about sustainable...more
This place has developed so much over the years. I used to take my kids here and now I'm taking the grandkids on a regular basis. Great place for them to learn about plants, animals, how food is grown and many other activities on the...More
Visited here with a friend and noticed now family friendly it was. Good size carpark and free. Plenty for the children to do and learn how food is grown, and where it comes from - animals and vegetables.
Our 2 year old Grandson, and I might add his Mother and myself, totally loved our visit to Edendale Community Farm. The Farm was clean and well organized for children to pet kid and adult goats, cows, sheep, walk among the chickens and turkey, observe...More
If you have young kids, this is a great place they can come & pet little animals. It also has a small nursery with a few native plants. Has a food van to catch a drink & few food options which are reasonably priced. A...More
Date of experience: July 2017
842lynn, Front Office Manager at Edendale Community Environment Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 14 August 2017
Edendale Farm offers a wide range of activities to suit all needs. Besides the farm, they have an awesome indigenous nursery where members of the public can purchase seedlings from. Staff are all very knowledgable and friendly
This is a little gem in the middle of Eltham and is reknowned for the artwork, the ethical standards of reduce, reuse, recycle and gigs that occur regularly. As part of the Green Wedge, this farming style area gives you an opportunity to see what...More
Edendale farm is a lovely farming complex in the Eltham green area.
It was disappointing though to find the advertised cafe running out of a caravan. I did however, have a coffee and a lovely freshly made muffin. Sadly, seating was rather grim with a...More
Took my three primary school aged children here this afternoon, and we had a lovely time! I held a stick bug and got to pet a blue-tongued lizard. There were lots of other animals around too and good activities for the children.