Bundoora Park - Bundoora Park Farm and Cafe Reopening
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Bundoora Park Farm and Cafe Reopening

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Due to the recent weekend announcements and Darebin considered a hotspot, the decision has been made to postpone the reopening of Bundoora Park Farm, including the Farm Café. We apologise for the inconvenience and disappointment, but hopefully we’ll be able to re-re-open soon.

The health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and the broader community is our first priority. This is a preventative measure in response to community concern about the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Please visit darebin.vic.gov.au for regular venue and service updates or call Council on 8470 8888.
For all other advice and information regarding the coronavirus please visit the Department of Health and
Human Services website at dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
or call the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.

What you need to know about visiting Bundoora Park Farm

As with most things, we’ve implemented a number of changes to ensure the safety of the community and our staff.

Please follow all social distancing requirements to ensure the safety of everyone.
• Visitors must follow the 1.5 metre social distance rule.
• Please wash your hands often with soap and water or sanitiser.

• Bundoora Park Café is open from 10am – 3pm and operating with a limited take away menu.
• Due to social distancing requirements, the Bundoora Park Cafe and Visitors Centre has a limit of 40 people in the building at one time and this means that the café is only able to operate with a ‘pick up and go” menu
• There is no dining in (tables have been removed)

The menu is restricted so that there is minimal waiting time for your order. This means there will not be too many people in the Café/Visitors Centre building. Thank you for your understanding.

Visit Bundoora Park Cafe to find out the available menu options.

Cafe Entry Procedure:
• Entry to Bundoora Park Cafe is via the playground to assist with social distancing requirements. Please note the main entry gates will be closed.
• Follow signs to the café. Please enter the building and line up in the cafe queue following the marked floor decal stickers to the cafe register.

To allow for social distancing and time for cleaning and sanitising high traffic areas we will be offering two pre-booked sessions to visit the farm each day.

Session Times
Session One   Session Two    
10am - 12pm   12:30 - 2:30pm    

Conditions of entry to the farm:
 Entry tickets must be purchased online via www.bundoorapark.com.au before arrival
 Bookings are limited. There are only 2 sessions per day.
 The session times are fixed: Session 1: 10.00 am - 12.00 pm and Session 2: 12.30 pm - 2.30 pm
 Each session will have a maximum of 150 visitors to maintain visitor safety.
 The number of visitors must match the number on the ticket
 Tickets are only valid for the date and time specified on the ticket.
 Tickets are non-refundable.

Farm entry procedure
 Entry to Bundoora Park Farm is via the playground as this is the best way of maintaining a one-way traffic flow. Please note the main entry gates will be closed.
 Follow signs to the Farm Entry and line up in the farm admission queue following the marked floor decal stickers to the reception desk.
 Visitors will not be granted entry if there are cold and/or flu symptoms.
 Please present your booking ticket to the reception officer on the day and time of your session.
 All visitors must leave when their session ends. Please follow staff instructions.

Restricted activities
The current Victorian Government safety restrictions means that some of the farm’s activities cannot be offered at this time:
 The farm is open for visitors to explore. The open space, paths, playground and BBQs are available for use. Please let the staff know when you have finished using a BBQ.
 All barns are closed to the public. Animals will be located outside these areas.
 The ride into the wildlife reserve on either the tractor or electric vehicle is unavailable until further notice.
 ‘The animal feeding session’, ‘Meet the rabbits and guinea pigs session’, and ‘Milking demonstrations’, are closed until further notice.
 Room hire of the Ibis Room and Party Barn for functions and birthdays is unavailable until further notice.
 Education programs are unavailable until further notice due to the requirement of maintaining 1.5 metres of social distancing between people.

Admission Costs
Type of Person   Cost of Admission     
Adult   $11.00    
Child (2 -16 years, under 2 years are free)   $7.30     
Concession (with a valid government health care card)    $7.30    
Family (2 adults + 2 children)   $29.30    

If you hold an annual membership to the farm or a Small Ideas coupon, please contact reception on 8470 8170 with your membership number handy and we will give you a special code to access your online entry ticket.

External Web Links
 Map of Bundoora Park Farm


Date Printed: 22/10/2020
© Bundoora Park  2020
Source: http://www.bundoorapark.com.au/

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