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Dairy Farm Nature Park

Things To Do

  • Hiking/Trail Activities

    If you wish to organise a hike at Dairy Farm Nature Park with a total of 30 people or more, please complete this application form and submit it to us at least two weeks before the date of the activity. 

    A maximum of 100 pax at any one time is allowed into the nature park for organised groups. If the quota has been met for that day, you are required to opt for another day.

  • Mountain Biking Trail

    The Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail is a designated trail for mountain biking enthusiasts. In the interest of all visitors' safety, hikers, walkers, joggers and other visitors not engaged in mountain biking activities are not permitted on the Mountain Bike Trail. Instead, please use the many designated hiking trails in and around Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. In turn, visitors engaging in mountain biking activities should only use the Mountain Bike Trail and not venture into the trails meant for hikers, walkers and joggers. By cooperating with one another, we can all have a safe and pleasant experience in the Nature Reserve.

  • DFNP

    Wallace Trail


    This trail is ideal for nature lovers, bird enthusiasts and families.

    Difficulty level: Moderate
    Walking time: 1 hour

  • Photography

    Photography

    Dairy Farm Nature Park is quite a favourite among amateur and professional photographers due to the large number of bird species available here, such as the Crimson Sunbird, Racket-Tailed Drongo, and many more.

  • Art In Nature

    Art in Nature

    Free monthly nature art workshop held at Singapore's Central Nature Reserve for all nature art enthusiast. Sketch & paint in the company of like minded friends as you discover more about Singapore's rich biodiversity and conservation efforts to preserve Singapore's natural heritage.

  • HeartForNature

    heART for Nature Workshop (For Pre-School Children)

    This art workshop helps children to delve deep into their hearts to express nature in various art forms. Children will learn about flora and fauna, and use different art mediums to appreciate nature.

    Target level: K1 – K2
    Duration: 2 hours (one hour guided walk, and another hour for short teabreak and craftwork. Please bring your own teabreak. Craft materials provided.)
    Cost: $60 for one hour guided walk up to 10 students.
    Group Size: A maximum of 40 students per group


    Note: Booking for a workshop at Dairy Farm Nature Park must be done at least one month in advance to Jeanne_TAN@nparks.gov.sg
    Workshop will proceed only when minimum no. of registrants are met.

  • NKP

    Nature Keeper Camp (Full Day)

    The Nature Keeper Camp is a full-day programme that aims to bring students through a series of theoretical and field workshops on issues and topics pertaining to Singapore's natural heritage. The programme will bring students through a series of theoretical and field workshops on issues and topics pertaining to Singapore’s natural heritage. The Nature Keeper Camps are available to members of public as well as organized school groups.

    When: Weekdays only
    Target level: Ages 7 - 11 (Primary 1 to 5)
    Duration: 9am - 5pm
    Fees: $25 / child
    Group Size: Maximum of 25 students per group (parents are not required to accompany the children)

    Lunch and afternoon tea will be provided for Nature Keeper Camp.
    Note: Booking for Nature Keeper Camp at Dairy Farm Nature Park must be done at least one month in advance to Jeanne_TAN@nparks.gov.sg
    Camp will proceed only when minimum no. of registrants are met.

  • NKP2

    Nature Keeper Workshop (half-day)

    Nature Keeper Workshop (organised groups/public)

    The Nature Keeper Programme is the first programme by National Parks Board for primary school students that focuses on our local forests and its floral and faunal inhabitants. The programme will bring students through a series of theoretical and field workshops on issues and topics pertaining to Singapore’s natural heritage.

    When: Weekdays only
    Time: 9am - 12noon
    Where: Dairy Farm Nature Park
    Target: Ages 7 - 11 (Primary 1 - 5)
    No. of pax: 20 (parents are not required to accompany the children)
    Fee: $5 per child/ per workshop

    Note: Registration for a workshop at Dairy Farm Nature Park must be done at least one month in advance to Jeanne_TAN@nparks.gov.sg
    Workshop will proceed only when minimum no. of registrants are met.

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Last updated on 07 August 2018

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