Quentin Park Alpacas | Tomingley

Quentin Park Alpacas | Tomingley

Quentin Park Alpacas is an all inclusive alpaca farming experience. Students will learn all about how alpacas are managed, and get to see how their fibre is transformed into a range of beautiful products on the farm.
Only 40 minutes from Dubbo, Quentin Park Alpacas is the perfect place for your students to learn about the entire paddock to product process, using the example of alpaca fibre. Tours are aligned with what students might be learning about in the classroom, and can incorporate art & textiles, as well as sustainability and science. Students can also learn about how native grasses, cotton and cereal crops can be transformed into paper!

Farm Visit Information

  • Region: Central West
  • Industry: Mixed farming – cattle, sheep, alpacas & cropping
  • Price: $5 (Primary students), teachers and support staff are free of charge. Additional activities such as kite making, felting or hand-paper making are an additional $18. Morning tea and lunch can also be provided at additional cost
  • Group size: Quentin Park Alpacas can host most group sizes, as well as multiple smaller groups
  • Visiting times: You can visit Quentin Park Alpacas any time during the year.
  • Farm activities: Learn about and hand-feed alpacas, alpaca fibre demonstrations, felting, hand-paper making & kite-making (additional cost). Depending on the season, students may also be able to learn about crops and other systems on the farm.
  • Amenities: Bus access, toilets, signposted, wheelchair access, meets safety requirements


Student Safety

  • Risk assessment is available here

  • Quentin Park Alpacas has public liability insurance

  • All supervising staff at Quentin Park Alpacas have Working with Children Checks

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Location

​7091 Newell Highway, Tomingley NSW