That burning question - “What more can we do for farmed animals?” - An ever present thought in our minds. Another was “How does a typical family of 4 advocate for oppressed farm animals?”. After we all converted to a plant based diet, it was often the subject of our family dinners - how do we dedicate the rest of our lives to saving those that were here before us and more importantly reach out to other kind, compassionate people?
As a non-profit organisation, our aim is to educate and connect humanity to these living, loving individuals.
We have been a family led Sanctuary since June 2018, now an oasis to roughly 40 rescued animals. Moo to Ewe is home for cows, pigs, goats, sheep, alpacas, roosters & hens, ducks and wildlife.
If you would like to come visit please email or message us on Facebook, we hold private tours and have accommodation on the property for a longer stay. Alternatively, you can donate in various methods here.
We hope to increase awareness of the farm, thereby increasing the number of private tours, with personal engagement with our residents consequently broadening the compassion for farmed animals, ensuring visitors become more aware of the devastating plight the animals endure every day.
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live and work, the Awabakal people. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.