Please scroll down the page to see our season schedule. Please read carefully to avoid disappointment. We cannot open for people outside of posted hours. Sorry.


Adults $10, Youth (under 19) $5, Seniors (65+) $5, Children under 5 free.

We gratefully accept cash, unfortunately, we do not accept debit or credit cards at this time. We reserve the right to change our fees without notice. The admission fees posted on the website at take precedence over any out of date advertising. We appreciate your support! Your Admission keeps our farm staffed and running smoothly.



August: 9am to 2pm and every evening from 6pm to 8pm.

September: EVERY DAY, including the weekends and the holidays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

October: Open ONLY on the WEEKENDS and the holidays in October. CLOSED during the week.

Our animals insist on their afternoon nap, the staff go home at 2 p.m., and our insurance agent says he won’t continue to renew our liability insurance if we don’t stick to schedule. Sorry, I know our hours are inconvenient to some people but we have to make the welfare of the animals paramount. By 2 p.m. they’ve simply had enough.


Adults $10, Youth (under 19) $5, Seniors (65+) $5, Children under 5 free.

We reserve the right to change our fees without notice. The admission fees posted on the website at take precedence over any out of date advertising. We appreciate your support! Your Admission keep our farm staffed and running smoothly.

In August we are open every day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and every evening from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. That’s seven days a week, including the weekends and the holidays. The best time to visit to avoid the heat and the big crowds is either first thing in the morning at 9 a.m. or in the evening.


The defacement of Delilah seems to have gone viral in the local media. But here's something interesting; some people don't believe that there is a video. Apparently we are "bluffing". So how's this for a description of events that I'm sure the perpetrators will recognize:
You are both young men. I'm not a good judge of age but I'd say you are both mid teens. One of you is carrying a backpack. You come into camera shot at 10:22 p.m. You both break into a run as you cross Main Street to the top of my drive and you immediately both go to work tearing off the ear. Then you both run away up Main Street on my side of the road, heading North. You, without the backpack, have the ear in your hand and as you run away you hurl it up and to the right so that it ends up going down my embankment into the bushes. You disappear for some minutes from camera shot and then you both reappear at 10:35 approaching from different directions to meet at the bottom of Hill road under the stop sign. You without the back pack decides at this point to do a little posing, twirling and (bad) dancing. Then you both leave, heading South on Main. So either I'm clairvoyant or I like hiding out in the bushes at the top of my drive at night taking copious notes....or I have a video. Tick tock boys.
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We have been keeping kangaroos and wallabies for more than 20 years on our farm in Lake Country near Kelowna BC. We do not promote them as house-pets but rather as alternative hobby farm pets to very specific types of situations.We currently have Red Kangaroos (the largest type of kangaroo), Common Wallaroos and Bennett Wallabies (which are mid sized), and Dama Wallabies (one of the smallest wallaby species). Also on site we have emu, peacocks, fancy chickens, goats, parrots, a baby albino wallaby, baby kangaroos and potbellied pigs. We also have capybara, the world’s largest rodent, which can weigh more than 150 lbs!

Visitors can enjoy wandering amongst the kangaroos. Our staff are very knowledgeable about kangaroos and wallabies and are on hand to answer any questions you might have about various species, habitat, breeding, diet, housing and general physiology. Your visit can be as educational an experience as you choose to make it.




Kangaroo Creek Farm prides itself on being as non-commercial as possible. We like to keep things real and un-Disneyfied.  You won’t be asked to exit through the gift shop because there isn’t one. There’s a small unobtrusive pop/ice cream stand being run by our teenage son but that’s about it for commercial enterprise once you’ve paid your admission at the gate.  You won’t be asked to pay extra for treats to feed the animals (our guides hand them out). You won’t be asked to pay extra for the educational (and fun) shows that are put on by the Okanagan Reptile Refuge on Saturday and Sunday evenings (July and August only) or to get closer to a raptor from the Alan Brooks Nature Center when they make a guest appearance.  We also don’t charge extra for holding a joey, a sugar glider, or the parrots. However, the last 3 activities I mentioned are not a guaranteed activity. They are an extra something that we try and provide to the best of our ability but there are only so many joeys, so many sugar gliders, and so many parrots. Sometimes the farm is very busy and we simply cannot accommodate everyone. If you choose to participate in these extras that we try and provide then it is possible that you might have to line up, wait, and be patient. A good way to avoid having to wait or put up with large crowds is to come in the off season, avoid the weekends and the holidays, and peak times of day. The best time of day to visit is either first thing when we open or in the evening (July and August only).

Commercial groups and clubs such as schools, Home-School groups, Boys and Girls Clubs, YWYMCA, daycares and institutions must email to book a day to visit. Visit our Group Visits page for more information. This is important!

We are happy to invite Lake Country retirement homes, schools and daycares to visit us for free as part of our community service but we have to draw the line somewhere. To all the groups, clubs, schools, daycares and organizations that have contributed, Thank You! Please read the The Farm page and The Rules page before you come out for important additional information.