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Batchelor Butterfly and Bird Farm, Batchelor

Batchelor Butterfly and Bird Farm is situated 15 minutes from Litchfield National Park. The farm has a butterfly house and a bird aviary, as well as a collection of turtles, all set in a beautiful garden and waterfall setting.

Relax in a cold spa while the children enjoy the play area with slides and toys. Enjoy the Butterfly Cafe Restaurant and the homely, relaxed atmosphere.

Accommodation Options

Queen Room

The comfortable queen room provides a queen ensemble and a single bed. Access to shared facilities, including a kitchen, outdoor entertainment area and living area is also included.

King Room

The king room offers a home away from home, with a king size bed and one single bed. Access to shared facilities, including a kitchen, outdoor entertainment area and living area is also provided. An additional single bed can be arranged.


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