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We went there yesterday with my son, age 6. He enjoyed it so much. It was nice and relaxing. There are braai spots and the park was suprisingly busy after all the negative reviews I read. We bought a pack of carrots and fed the...More
It's one of the saddest places I've visited, one wants to take all those poor animals home with you. They are being mistreated and neglected. Not worth visiting at all, hopefully this tragedy is close for good soon.
Visited the bunny park today, it was very ghost town like on the staff front, possibly as it was a bank holiday however this didn't put us off, we walked to the toilets which were locked (about 1015) so we had a wander around, not...More
Yes Paradise for children a wonderful blessing for parents let your children enjoy not only the close proximity to the Bunnies and the Egyptian Wild Geese and Fantail pigeons in all their splendor the fish ( no fishing !!! ha ha ) and more
This is a wonderful idea and a great outing, but needs urgent attention. Rather charge a admission fee (even if it's R5 per person) and upgrade and care for your facilities.
The kiddy enjoyed himself thoroughly, feeding the various fluffy critters and farm animals.
The Bunny Park is a cheap and worthwhile family day out. A full petting farm with many of the animals as well as eats and playgrounds make this spot a great picnic area too. However of late things have been left to go to ruin....More