Myuna Farm (Doveton)
Myuna Farm is a public community farm in the south-east area of Melbourne. It is an excellent example of farming life with lots to do for the whole family. Come and visit us for a fun day!
The farm lets everyone of all ages and abilities, to experience hands on contact with a variety of animals. Alongside the Dandenong Creek, the farm offers a special environment of river gums, wetlands and bird life.
From education through to relaxation, Myuna is preserving the agricultural history of Casey. All of Myuna's attractions are presented in an educational and informative way.
Things to Do at Myuna Farm
Cuddle and play with animals at Myuna Farm for your next birthday! Celebrate the coolest birthday party at Myuna Farm! We have rooms, sheds and gazebos that can cater for functions of all sizes - bookings essential. The party areas are free to use, normal admission and ride fees apply. The areas are booked for use between 10am and 4pm. The best thing is we clean up the mess!
Pony rides operate throughout the day.
Farm tours at Myuna Farm are a favourite activity for the children. The train operates throughout the day; it makes its way past numerous farm animals to visit the wetlands. The wetlands are inhabited by a variety of bird and animal life.’
Wetlands Nature Walk
Catch a train or walk down to the wetlands development. Enjoy the tranquillity and peace as you walk along the board walks to the islands, feeding the different varieties of ducks and birds.
Open everyday of the year 10am - 4pm
Note: Admission to Myuna Farm is by cash only, eftpos and credit card facilities are not available.
Catch a train to Dandenong Station (on the Pakenham / Cranbourne line). Then catch a bus towards Endeavour Hills, which will stop at the entry of Myuna Farm
Some nice extras like train ride, pony rides and good playground. Able to pet some animals (rabbits). Main negatives were the poor sign directions along the feed trail (bad enough to make your head spin) and the animals are very spread out which necessitated a lot of walking to see them.