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Our Animals

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Some of our animals at the farm.

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An amazing fact is that some snakes lay eggs and some don't, and Cleo the 2.5 meter Cape York Carpet Python is actually looking for a partner which is going to be difficult. Why? Well, it seems her species lives in the tropical climate of northern Oz. Cleo is possibly the laziest snake here at the Funky Farm but she loves human company too.



Measuring in at 1 meter, 7 year old crikey is not even a quarter of his size as yet. Salt water crocodiles can get to 7 meters long and they are not a reptile you want to mess with. Salts are so smart, quick and quiet so it's best you always keep your wits about when in there territory. Crikey has been at the Funky Farm for almost 2 years and is a must-see when you visit.




Is our Tasmanian Pademelon . He is at times very friendly. You can interact with him, he loves a cuddle. Sam hand raised him and he was living in the bathroom until he would attack Chris when he got out of the shower and has since moved to a beautiful enclosure




Known to be quite playful is our common wombat. He is 2 years old , loves a cuddle and a run around with the dogs. He has to come inside at night as he doesn't like sleeping outside.

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Also known as a goanna, Kevin is a lace monitor which are the second largest monitors in Australia growing to over 6 foot. There are about 30 different species of goannas, 25 of which are found here in Australia. Kevin loves to eat insects, small rodents and small eggs. Kevin has large claws and is always looking to get to higher ground when feeling threatened. However it's best to leave Kevin's family alone if you see them in your travels. He is currently living the life of luxury in our house and is not on display.



The gorgeous Arya is one of 5 Koalas here at the Funky Farm. She is in her teens and is the boss of our koalas.

She is most happy sitting up high on her branch eating her favourite silver stringy bark leaves.



Tyrone is a very cheeky and friendly Emu. He was hand raised by Chris and is very comfortable around people. If you have a fear of emus Tyrone will change your mind. 



Lenny is one of our young Swamp Wallabies. He is a very cheeky boy and you will usually see him as you walk into Amicas paddock.



Millie is one of 3 Tamar Wallabies, they are just the cutest. You will find these guys in South and Western Australia. They look as though they are coming for a hug when they hop towards you as their little arms are stretched out.

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He's a very inquisitive little bearded dragon. Every morning he sits with his arm resting watching everything that is going on. They are one of the most friendliest lizards. Although they look prickly they are quite soft.


Owen & Grady

These little guys are our smallest marsupials at the farm, they can fit in the palm of your hand very easily. These cute little Sugar Gliders love a bit of corn.

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Shaz is possibly the cutest and sweetest wallaby you will ever meet. She was hand raised by one of our volunteers and now resides in Amica's paddock here at the farm.



The second of our crocodiles here at the farm he is probably the feistier one of the two. He is a fresh water crocodile found in water holes up north people have been known to swim with them but I wouldn't be swimming with Fluffy.



She is one of only a handful of non native birds here at the farm. She is a 2yr old Blue and Gold Macaw originating from South America, One of the louder birds here. She confuses our dogs when she calls out their names. 



Boo is our second cheeky common wombat. She weighs in at a whopping 32kg. Given to us by Ballarat Wildlife Park. She's enjoying her new digs with her boyfriend Wade.

So these are only a handful of our animals, come down and visit us at The Funky Farm and meet all of our 200+ animals...

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