Great place to visit if interested in fish or even just a relaxing time. My sister was awe struck at the size of the salmon and trout. You can also purchase cups of feed pellets for the fish. Lovely short walks and a museum as...More
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From the outside Salmon Ponds looks very ordinary but after walking through the front door things change drastically. I really enjoyed walking through the grounds and past all the salmon and trout ponds, especially the albino salmon pond. The river walk was very pleasant also....More
My grandma and I just happened upon this place on the road to New Norfolk. I’m so happy we did! The grounds were absolutely lovely and feeding the fish was also very entertaining and fun. (I’d imagine for young kids this would also be very...More
Out visit was mainly to have pancakes for breakfast (two hungry kids) so arrived about 9.30. The centre was open but the restaurant doesn't open until 10.00 so we had a walk around. We almost had the place to ourselves. The kids fed the fish...More
Salmon Ponds is a family friendly destination. Great eats on offer. Plenty of room to wander, ponder, relax and have fun together feeding those amazing fish!
We visited the Salmon Ponds 50 years ago and we were pleasantly surprised at what a great place it is to visit,we had fun feeding the salmon and the trout.