Churchill Island is a working farm, much like it was in days gone by. The island had Victoria's first European vegetable garden. The historic buildings make for an interesting contrast wiwth the comforts that we have today. The homestead dates from 1872. There's also a heritage…
worth getting the 3 attraction pass (churchill, penguin parade and koala reserve)..and can all be visited in half a day...make sure to time your visit so you.can watch all the shows..I remember Agrodome in new zealand when I visited here..
We spent a lovely time walking around the working farm and historical buildings beautifully maintained complete with historical information and delightful staff. Finishing with coffee and cake overlooking the inlet.
Went in the morning when there are no activities scheduled so not much to see and do for more than an hour. Animals in their pens. Heritage house. Lovely gardens with a cafe on site. Service slow and it was quiet. Went there on a four ticket pass to island activities.
This place is a rip off. The cart rides were done with a tractor pulling a carriage and doing one round on a small field. Driver was ok but the man at the gate was so rude.