The Port Dickson Ostrich Show Farm is a fun and popular attraction in Port Dickson, especially for families. Ostriches are the main attraction but there is far more to see and do at this Ostrich Show Farm Port Dickson than look at ostriches.
Below, you will find all the information you need to decide if you want to visit this ostrich farm in Port Dickson and what you need to know for a great visit including what you will see and do, the Ostrich Farm Port Dickson entrance fee, opening hours and more.
PD Ostrich Farm address: Lot 1419, Jalan Perdana 4, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia (map below)
Telephone: 06 6627 496
PD Ostrich Farm opening hours: 9:30am – 6pm daily
PD Ostrich Farm ticket price: Entrance to the PD Ostrich Show Farm for Malaysians: RM15 adults/RM10 kids 3-12. Foreigners: RM20 adults/RM 10 kids.
Some attractions are an extra price and food for animals and rides are also extra
These details are correct at time of research but are subject to change.
PD Ostrich Farm
As you would expect, ostriches are the main attraction. You can talk to them, pet them, feed them and even take a ride on one. Rides, however, are only for kids under 40 kilograms.
We had been hesitant about the rides but they do seem quite safe with two staff guiding the ostrich and making sure our kids were safe. The ostriches can be big – they grow up to three metres tall and 150 kilograms!
You can also stand on an ostrich egg! They are surprising strong.
When you have finished meeting the ostriches, there are many other animals to see, pet and feed. These include rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, goats, peacocks, turkeys, donkeys, snakes, camels, horses, hedgehogs and fish.
As you walk around, there are information boards with trivia about ostriches. They really are quite fascinating creatures!
There are a variety of pens, some which you can enter, so you can get up close with the animals. With some animals, such as the rabbits and guinea pigs, the staff will help you hold and feed them.
Some animals run around outside pens or there are some pens you can enter. This means you can get right up close with many of the animals. Some can be picked up as well.
Where this ostrich farm at Port Dickson varies to many others around the world is that it doesn’t exist primarily for meat and egg production. It’s here as a tourist attraction.
You can also play in a small playground, ride a pony or try your luck with archery (extra fee for the latter two options). There are some other areas too, like cat and dog petting, quad bike rides, paintball, a dinosaur playground complete with 15 dinosaur sculptures and some that are powered by animatronics, herb garden and aquarium.
The dinosaur park can be fun for little ones with activities like digging for eggshells and bones as well.
Note, these additional areas and activities mostly have an extra charge which match the PD Ostrich Farm ticket price. For example, it’s an extra RM15 for a Malaysian adult to enter one of these areas. Feeding any animal costs RM3 extra and rides are extra are well.
It can start to add up to a lot of money but the main Ostrich Farm and animals described above are included in the entry price. We stuck to this, bought some food and an ostrich ride and spent a few hours at this Ostrich Farm in PD and had a great time. The staff are really great and our kids enjoyed the up close experiences.
PD Ostrich Show Farm Food
There is a cafeteria on site and, if you are up for eating the animals you just befriended, you can order ostrich burgers and satay sticks! There are also other choices and some stalls serving food too.
Port Dickson Ostrich Farm Map
All in all, we recommend a visit to the PD Ostrich Farm for families or for people particularly interested in ostriches. It’s a fun and easy way to spend a morning or afternoon.
You can find more information on their Facebook page.
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Joshua is an Australian who has fallen in love with Malaysia! He explores Malaysia at least a few times a year and has previously lived in Penang.