Discover all the things that make Paradise Country’s Farmhouse Restaurant a great Gold Coast toddler friendly restaurant.
Paradise Country’s Farmhouse Restaurant seems to be designed with children in mind. Why?
Please note no theme park admission ticket required to eat at the Farmhouse Restaurant. Bookings are essential.
Kids Eat Free at dinner from children’s menu every Friday and Saturday night! From 5pm to 8pm, available now until Friday 30 April 2021. *One free child’s meal for every full paying adult meal. Valid for children aged up to 13 years.
Start your day on the farm with a delicious freshly prepared breakfast at Paradise Country’s Farmhouse Restaurant. Indulge in a selection of chef prepared continental offerings, warm options from Scrambled Egg to Hash Browns and Sautéed Mushrooms.
Open for breakfast Saturday and Sunday from 7am – 9am, the Farmhouse Restaurant is open to the public with no admission ticket required for breakfast only.
Has a day on the farm made you hungry? Take a break and recharge with a hearty farmhouse lunch, choose from a variety of iconic old fashion burgers, chicken parmy, and something to satisfy the kid’s appetites. Vegetarian options are available should you require it. Whatever your taste, our kitchen has something for everyone!
Open Friday and Saturday nights from 5.00pm and every night through QLD school holidays for dinner, bring your family to the Farmhouse Restaurant and enjoy sitting back with a drink from the bar and watching the sun set. Choose from our a la’ carte menu of wholesome foods. Don’t worry we’ve got the kids covered with some great options.
Atmosphere and Staff
Great atmosphere for families and kids in particular. Lots for children to do and see. The staff were friendly and helpful.
For the Kids…..
After Dinner Campfires
After a delicious dinner, stay on and relax by an outdoor toasty campfire and enjoy a night under the stars. Campfire activity is weather permitting.
When we visited for dinner, several lawn style games were provided for guests to play just outside the front entrance to the Farmhouse Restaurant.
There is a good sized playground a short walk from the restaurant that is suitable for kids big and small.
On the walk to the Farmhouse Restaurant from the carpark you will go past the animal nursery, we saw sheep in the paddock behind the playground and you can now get up close and meet adorable Marmoset monkeys in the Marmoset exhibit inside the Restaurant.
We visited the Farmhouse Restaurant at Paradise Country for a fun family dinner.
The Farmhouse Restaurant is right in the heart of Paradise Country. There is a lovely scenic walk from the carpark to get to the restaurant. But it is a walk, so if you have small children I would recommend taking a pram with you. There are no signs specifically for the restaurant so follow the paths and make your way to the Farmhouse Restaurant, you will know it when you see it – the name is written on the corrugated iron roof! Enjoy the walk – there is a lot to look at and point out to your toddler on the way including Shaun the Sheep Statues and animal in their enclosures.
Dinner at Paradise Country’s Farmhouse Restaurant is more than just dinner it is an adventure for your toddler. There is so much to excite and entertain children including animals, a playground, a large green lawn to explore and play on, the inside Marmoset exhibit and for after dinner – a campfire.
The meals and drinks are really reasonably priced and add on the Kids Eat Free it is a really affordable Gold Coast fun family restaurant option. The food is not fancy more home cooking or pub fare but the portions are a decent size and the meals were tasty – good again for children / families.
I highly recommend Paradise Country’s Farmhouse Restaurant as a fun yet affordable family friendly restaurant on the Gold Coast. I would also suggest it would be a good venue for a larger group or family celebration. Please note if you are going to celebrate there, no balloons or confetti are allowed due to the cute & furry friends roaming around the park.
What to pack (suggestions)
- Pram for babies and small children
- Snacks (back-up if there are any meal delays)
- Wipes for spills and toddler clean-up
- Bibs (if out for dinner and your toddlers are bathed and ready for bed)
- Marshmallows if Mum or Dad is willing to find a long stick to toast them on the fire
- Tablet / phone or dinner table friendly toys