Paradise Country is a theme park and farmstead located at the northern end of the Gold Coast. Visitors to the farm can come face to face with cows, horses, pigs, sheep, farm dogs, chickens, and more. The park offers a variety of educational shows aimed at teaching people about farming and raising livestock. Kids will get a thrill at meeting the loveable “Shaun the Sheep” and his pal “Bitzer”. Seeing the animals up close on a working farm is a great family experience and Paradise Country makes sure everyone can enjoy their time on the farm.
The Gold Coast is a paradise for parents. In addition to many amusement parks, it takes a long time to go to the paradise farm to get in touch with the animals. The farm is not big, it is very fun to play. It can be experienced in about three hours. See how the shepherd dog catches the sheep. Parent-child feeding sheep and kangaroos, of course, can also hold a cute koala. At the scene of shearing wool, a very good old farmer explains the interaction while cutting wool, and the whole process is very passionate. After the performance, I saw him sweating, his face flushed, and the imperious and webyye, really admire the dedication here.
Paradise Farm is adjacent to Warner Movie World and Water World. Located on a vast hill in the Oxenford area of the Gold Coast, 21 km north of Surfers Paradise, 40 km from Gold Coast Airport and 55 km from Brisbane Airport, the transportation is very convenient. Surrounded by farms, it is a typical farmhouse in Australia, showing the country atmosphere. Here you can experience the real Australian farm life and the unique Australian traditional culture. The Paradise Country covers 12 hectares and is a livestock farm for performances. Australia's livestock industry is very developed. Most of the livestock products sold in the Australian market are produced domestically, while industrial processed products are mostly produced in China. There are many projects in the
paradise farm, and the performance is very lively. Horseback riding, whiplash, shepherding, milking, shearing wool, and feeding kangaroos are all necessary for the daily life of the herdsmen. These are precisely the people in big cities who often hear, are very interested but have no chance to witness and try. Visitors can not only visit but also participate directly.