Come and visit the oldest emu farm in the world and walk amongst the emus and chicks!
This Emu Farm is situated 90 kilometers from Perth and 10 kilometers from Toodyay on the Clackline Road and is open to the public from 10.00am to 4.00pm, 7 days a week. (school and coach groups by appointment) Cost of tour is $5.00 per adult, $3.00 for school age children. A guided tour will take about 40 minutes.
Visitors will be able to view adult emus, nests and chicks in their enclosed but natural bush setting, the incubation and hatching process in season. Emus lay their eggs from April through to August and chicks may hatch from July through to October.
The emu shop offers products, such as leather garments, carved and non-craved eggs, therapeutic oils, cosmetics, soap, feathers and emu meat. Ice-creams, cool drinks, tea and coffee are also available. Inside and outside tables and chairs, barbecues and toilet facilities are available.
For bookings please contact the Free Range Emu Farm hosts:
Kip and Charmian Venn:
Phone: (08) 9574 1415 (International +61 8 9574 1415)
The breeding season is nearly finished for 2019.
The emus have finished laying their eggs as of mid August.
Chicks will be available for sale from August to October.
Why not take a tour of our farm and see the males sitting on eggs for another two weeks only. Natural incubation finishes at the end of August 2019.
The last chicks will be hatching from in the incubator in mid September, 2019.
Fresh eggs available until the end of August, 2019.