We’ve made the decision to postpone all onsite events, incl. open days, sanctuary tours and private events, until further notice to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. We have contacted all who had bookings. The wellbeing of our visitors, WPF volunteers and our local community are our priority at this time. Please take care of one another, stay safe, and we look forward to opening the sanctuary gates again soon. Until then, with much love from the WPF team.


Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary is currently not open to the general public outside of scheduled Open Days and private tours. This is due to outside work commitments and limited resources - we are a volunteer-run organisation. We do hope to be able to extend our visiting hours in the future.

Open Days

Our Open Days are held every six to eight weeks and include sanctuary tours where you meet the animals and hear their stories, delicious cruelty-free fare and an unbelievably great crowd. They are always a great day for all. Our Open Days sell out very fast. Make sure you don't miss out by signing up to our email alerts to be the first to be notified of our upcoming events.

First open day of 2020 - Sunday 29 March EVENT CANCELLED

Private Tours

Want to have the sanctuary all to yourself? We offer private tours for small groups. The tour will be taken by one of the sanctuary' founders and we will personally introduce you to many of the rescue animals, and share their stories of rescue and recovery.

Donation: $1000 due at time of booking and is non-refundable

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, just north of Sydney.  We are only one hour from Newcastle and the Central Coast and an hour from the start of the M1/F3 at Wahroonga (Sydney).

Cancellation Policy

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!