Like most, we stopped here to have a break during a long road trip. Yes, it has bathrooms (one, so be prepared for a wait), a cafe, small shop selling produce and a near by fuel station, but there is also a farm and kids area to the side. Beware the price. For a quick pit stop it cost us $33 entree. Whilst it was great for my daugher to burn off some of her excess energy, I did feel a little conned.
The area is pretty dated, a little shabby, and if like us you visit during the period between Christmas and new year, it looks a little abandoned and unsure if it is celebrating thanks giving, Halloween or christmas.
There is a small petty zoo, some pretty rural and basic attempts at play areas, including a slide with cardboard boxes, and some hoops to throw. The success was the inflatable cushion - but still not sure it justified the price.
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