Ted's Corner

Ted's Corner, Capalaba: Address, Ted's Corner Reviews: 4/5

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Stephanie B
Capalaba, Australia40 contributions
Jan. 2019 • Family
Great little quick stop spot for kids. Free farm with sheep, ducks, chickens etc and currently has baby chickens. You can't go in the pens but most of the animals come up for a pat!
Written 7 January 2019
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EndlessTravels
Greater Melbourne, Australia35,121 contributions
Dec. 2017
great shop that has an amazing mini farm for the kiddies. and its free!!. the shop itself has everything you need
Written 3 December 2017
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Kara-MiaMuso
Brisbane, Australia78 contributions
Jul. 2016 • Family
What a great place to visit. It's a one stop shop for livestock, pet foods, plants, produce, and you can even get a coffee and something to eat. Visit the in-house New Zealand store. It is set within a frontier like small town development and the kids can get up close and personal with the farm animals for free.
Written 22 August 2016
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Trevor B
Redland City, Australia60 contributions
Jul. 2016 • Family
A lovely place to take the Grand Children to see some Farm animals.
They enjoyed patting the horses and cows, running from pen to pen to see what was in the next one.
Written 15 July 2016
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Orren Oz Kilgour
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam824 contributions
Sep. 2015 • Family
Ted's Corner is located in Capalaba Produce on Old Cleveland Rd in Capalaba, Brisbane.
I'm a Nanny and it's one of my go-to places to take the kids.
There are a selection of farm animals, poultry etc and baby animals as they come along.
Worth dropping in for a visit. There is a Cafe on site and they also stock New Zealand groceries for the home-sick expats.
Written 1 October 2015
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