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We saw this advertised on "getaway " and made it our go to when in Adelaide . After a 1 hr drive through beautiful scenery we arrived at the big rocking hirse. Biggest structure in the southern hemisphere. Well it was big. It was made...More
The kids will love it. Climb the, horse check out the mini zoo and all for just a few bucks.
What more could you want?!?!?!
Hot tip: don’t wear thongs to climb the rocking horse, especially if it’s wet.
The Giant Rocking Horse at Gumeracha is a must do for parents / grandparents with young children. From the Certificate they receive for climbing the horse to hand feeding alpacas, goats, kangaroos, emus, etc the place is great value for money. If you have a...More
The rocking horse is indeed huge! $2 to walk up to the top. Apparently has great views.
The toy factory was operating more like a toy shop. Lots of toys (wooden and not).
There’s also a small animal petting place here (not sure about the...More
Loved the huge rocking horse and the little baby one next to it. The toy shop was spectacular.... so much to see. We came away with a gorgeous piece for our grandson. Definitely stop off and check this place out if your in the area.
Amazing range of toys in the toy shop, some well priced some overpriced. Great food in cafe. All staff are nice and helpful. The main attraction is cool only gold coin to climb. The animals in the petting zoo and sadly over and need of...More
We stumbled across the big rocking horse on our way to the Barossa. There is a cafe and a toy maker shop that’s certainly worth a visit. I am sure though that on the weekends the place would be packed with tourist buses so a...More