The Bunny Hop Haven animal sanctuary is a home for rescued and rehabilitating exotic pets and farm animals. Schools and families can spend time interacting with and feeding farm animals during their visit.
The non-profit company is a haven and home to rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, goats, pigs, and tortoises. The animals are up for adoption and the haven has a strict home check and adoption process. Besides being an animal sanctuary, the Bunny Hop Haven is an educational and play centre too. The Bunny Hop Haven serves an educational purpose for children. Children can interact and learn about animals outside of what they see in books, the TV, or the internet. The haven encourages playing and feeding the animals. The sanctuary contains a children's jungle gym for endless hours of fun. There is an onsite restaurant alternatively, visitors can bring their food and drinks and enjoy a picnic at the entertainment area where there is seating available.
The Bunny Hop Haven is registered with the Community Hours SA. As a result, the haven hosts several high school students who need to complete their community service hours. Additionally, many children volunteer their time purely for the love they have for the animals.
Besides the play visits, the Bunny Hop Haven hosts educational programmes for Grade R to Grade 3 children with the teachers. As a part of the programme, children help the haven. For instance, children's tasks include planting in the vegetable garden, feeding the farm animals and playing with the baby bunnies.