Free & Easy Visit

A brisk walk around our farm makes clear that our Bullfrogs are not run of the mill amphibians! As the only aquatic swimmers to possess legs (frog pun intended), they are also among the few vertebrates without a tail, rare and remarkable indeed, yet despite this, unassuming. They certainly are anything but ‘cold-blooded’. Come say Hello!

Trunks rise near and far out of thickets. There are Langsat trees that drop their roots next to glassy water where blossoms float. Among the knotted joints of this rustic scene the eyes of a frog gleam. Out here, he is the king of the jungle. And His Froggie Highness shall gladly bestow upon you all an explorer’s accouterments, should you choose so to venture.

Price: $18

Grab a Frog quest kit and make your attempt to complete this quest within 10 mins!

Thanks to evolution, frogs now possess hypertrophied leg muscles for making those power jumps. Test your mettle all you want against this natural wonder millions of years in the making, but just don’t forget that natural selection is a very different concept from adaptation. Switch targets if you have to, but don’t give up trying! 

Price: $10

Kindly take note to adhere to our safe distancing measures!

Measuring anywhere between 100 to 176 mm in length, an unusually wide mouth is perhaps the only give-away that our American Bullfrogs can’t wait for its next meal. For a creature this size, it sure has a voracious appetite. To get an upclose view of all this feeding action, grab a box of frog grub! *Hint: our frogs’ favourite meal is breakfast, and so the morning is the best feeding time.   

Price: $2/box

The Gabbe’s Family Tour program includes a show and tell with hands on frogs opportunity led by our Frogologist, life cycle display exhibit, frog and fish feed, and comes with souvenir and frog meat sampling. The duration of this program will be from 40 mins to 1 hour. Check availability of slots and access our booking form here!

Price: $15/person*
*Minimum of $60 to start a tour


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