VISIT THE SANCTUARY
We are currently not open to the general public other than our pre-scheduled events listed below.
Open Days - Join us for one of our popular fund-raising Open Days at the sanctuary. With sanctuary tours, guest speakers, delicious cruelty-free fare and an unbelievably great crowd, they are always a great day for all. Our Open Days are usually held every two to three months.
Sanctuary Tours - join us for a guided tour of the sanctuary, meet the rescue animals and hear their stories of rescue and recovery. Sanctuary tours are typically 90 minutes in duration and are limited to 25 people. Dates for our sanctuary tours are scheduled one month in advance.
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The rescued animals at Where Pigs Fly love visitors as much as you will love touring the sanctuary. Home to many rescued cows, pigs, goats, sheep, hens and horses and each has a special story.New round of tour dates to be announced end of April.
Want to have the sanctuary all to yourself? Book a private tour during the week. We offer private tours for groups - including friends/family get-togethers, school excursions and special needs groups. We share the history of Where Pigs Fly, our mission and will personally introduce you to many of the rescue animals, and share their stories of rescue and recovery.
Donation: $500 (Due 1 week prior to booking date and is non-refundable). All proceeds to the rescue and care of the sanctuary' animals.
Tour Duration: Two hours
Maximum attendees: Ten people
If you would like to arrange a private tour, please contact us.
Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary is located at Laguna in the lower Hunter Valley. Close to the historic village of Wollombi. Only one hour from Newcastle and the Central Coast and an hour from the start of the M1/F3 at Wahroonga (Sydney).
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Of course, if the sanctuary has to cancel, we will offer a 100% refund. We do not cancel for rain. Bring your umbrella and rubber boots!