Margaret River's Sunflowers Animal Farm has announced it will make its tractor ride tours available to daytime visitors in a move to attract more tourists to the Burnside attraction.
Steve 'Farmer' Jones said the tractor rides had been a highlight for overnight guests for many years.
"It is the most commented topic on all of our reviews," Mr Jones said.
"We also are trying to diversify income streams as tourism is down a little and we want to employ more people and grow the business further."
The tours begin at the Caves Road headquarters, before winding through picturesque farmland featuring cows, horses, kangaroos and countless birds.
Previously the tractor rides were only open to guests staying at the farm accommodation overnight, and with the new schedule a couple of extra stops have been added along the way.
"We've been doing the tractor rides for 19 years and loved 'em all," said Mr Jones.
"We've revamped the ride, it's going to be pretty fancy," he said.
"As well as the tractor ride, guests will be able to hand feed the cows, take part in some boat racing down the creek on the property, and enjoy a cappuccino and a Tim tam by the open fire while the kids toast marshmallows.
"Unless of course you prefer tea or a hot chocolate or a little espresso, we've got it all!"
Mr Jones has installed a giant swing for those special, 'Instagrammable' moments to help visitors share their farm experiences with the world.
"They also have the chance to take photos while on the tractor, photos with the cows and other special moments a little way from the main farm area."
He said the Sunflowers team were excited to be offering the tours to a wider audience, and noted that locals who have visited multiple times may not have had the chance to see the farm from a different angle.
"We are really excited to get this going for locals and especially those international guests who just never have the opportunity for such an adventure," Mr Jones said.
"We take so many people on tractor rides who have never toasted a marshmallow or seen an open fire, it's really cool to give them that chance to experience a real Australian country day out."
A very special moment has already occurred on a recent tour, with a resident cow giving birth in the middle of the track.
"Guests were able to see that baby have its very first feed - you won't see that in Singapore very often!"
For more info or to book a spot on the tractor tours visit www.facebook.com/sunflowersanimalfarm/
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