Frequently Asked Questions
Can I visit?
Whilst Greener Pastures Sanctuary is not open to the public, we do host regular group tours of the sanctuary and fundraising events. To see dates and availability please click here.
Where are you?
Greener Pastures Sanctuary is located in Waroona, 110kms south of Perth in Western Australia’s Peel region.
Where do I donate?
Can I bring my children?
On group tours children are welcome, however they must be under strict supervision at all times. We aim to show children the true personalities and value of farmed animals and how they’re not so different to the animals we share our homes with. Greener Pastures Sanctuary is not a petting zoo and nearly all our animals are adults with their own quirks, but we love and care for them regardless.
What is the disability access at the farm?
As the sanctuary is located over 100 acres of gravel, dirt, grass and mud it can be tricky to maneuver wheelchairs and walkers. In addition to this, for safety reasons, access cannot be granted to paddocks and enclosures. Please contact us should you require a tour that is catered to the needs of yourself or someone in your group and we will try our best to accommodate you. Our toilet does have disability access.
Can my dog visit?
Caring for the 160+ animals in our care is our priority and whilst you may trust their temperament around other animals, our residents can become frightened by new animals and as such, we kindly ask that you please keep your companion animals at home.
Can we bring food to the sanctuary?
Out of respect for the 160+ rescued animals of Greener Pastures Sanctuary please do not bring meat, dairy or egg products to the sanctuary.