“We visited Kia ora mini farm for the first time Easter Saturday with our two year old son, and from the moment we arrived we couldn’t say enough good things about it. There is so much activities for the kids to do and the staff around the farm are so friendly and welcoming..

It was great seeing the Easter bunny and the elderly gentleman walking around the farm handing out chocolate eggs to all the kids.. My son especially loved the animals particularly the parrot ๐Ÿ™‚ i also found the toilets to be spotless which i wasnt expecting on a busy farm like yours ๐Ÿ˜‰ it was great to be made feel so welcome from all members of staff and it seems it is run very well over all.. we had lots of fun and will definately be visting the farm again soon :)”

“We have been coming to Kia Ora Farm for years as my and my friends children grow up. Fabulous fun to have when the sun is shining. Lots to do and see and they always investing in improving the experience and place. Animals are well looked after and loved which is important. A great day out.” Elaine K, Tripadvisor, 20th March 2016

 

“As the title says, simply fantastic. I visited with my autistic brother who is 29 and my 3 children aged 13,8 and 5. To say that everyone of them left with a huge smile on their faces is an understatement. From the second you walk through the door you are made to feel welcome, the staff are very friendly and welcoming. The overall layout is very good and there is so much to do, whether it’s feeding the animals, petting rabbits, go karts, crazy football and not to forget the fire engine that takes you round the farm. The children can’t stop speaking about their visit and can’t wait to tell their friends about it at school tomorrow. Will definitely return again!!”
Andrew Stratton, Tripadvisor 13 March 2016
“We took a 53 seater bus full of kids to Kia Ora farm last summer for a summer project. This trip was brilliant from the moment we arrived till we left. The venue felt so safe been fully enclosed .the shop was great for goodies and a cuppa tea .The kids were kept going all day with loads to do from the farm part to the kart rides to the football pitch to the to the rides on the engine!! Fab place and hopefully our project will be back down again this year..”
Mary Immaculate Inchicore Summer Project, Facebook Review
“GENIAL! Had a super nice day down there with some friends! Children had lots of fun and the adults loads of! Attractions are incredible and the animals are well treated! Just love it! Best wishes for you from BRAZIL!”
Jessica Kayamoir, Facebook Review
“Really great afternoon out. Two families with 3 year olds who had a ball. A lot of thought and effort gone in to planning this place. Cost for 2 adults and a 3 year old was โ‚ฌ21 but thats all we paid because we took a picnic. Ample picnic tables and grassy areas to sit if the weather’s good. Heaps of well cared for animals and the activities for young kids were great. First place we have been to with our daughter where she could literally use everything there. Would definitely recommend it”.
Mick Lowth, Facebook Review
โ€œWere in Courtown on holidays with family, we were up from Kerry. Brilliant day at Kia Ora , children really loved the place. Mini diggers went down a treat with young ones. Kia Ora is certainly the best pet farm we have visited, so much to do and resonably priced for the full day. Anyone in the area should check it out, nicely placed between Gorey and Courtown, just off the motorway. Big thumbs up from all here.โ€ Pat Kissane
“Well what a magical festive fun filled afternoon we had, 18 autistic special needs children and all the staff in Kia ora managed to capture the heart of them all !!! From the wonderful Santa visit to the fun bus to the maze to the magical lights along with free hot chocolate from mrs Claus (the lady maura) we had such a brilliant time, would highly recommend this place for group visits only 1hr 20 mins from dublin, friendly safe relaxing entertainment your kids will be running back, brilliant !!! Thank you Maura, padraig and all the staff . From the Tallaght autism group xxxโ€ Lynne Byrne