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Your order is ready to collect from our click and collect lockers.

Here's what to expect:


Our parcel lockers are located at Oakwood Park Equestrian at 118 Shillabeer Road, Oakbank, SA.

We have a long driveway which forks in different directions, just head straight to the top of the hill and you’ll find the stables on the left and indoor arena on the right. 

As the property is an active equestrian centre, depending on when you arrive it might be busy, or it might be quiet so please drive slowly and watch for animals and people.

Opening Hours: You are welcome to come and collect any time of day, although if you’re collecting after dark we appreciate a quick text to let us know first!

Parking: There is usually ample places to park outside the stables, in front of or along the arena, or in front of the maroon fence in front of the chicken coop and garden. 

The Lockers

Location: The lockers themselves are located inside the stables next to the wash bay, you’ll see them as soon as you enter the stables. Click here if you’d like to see a video on where to find them and use them. 

If you need a light, there is a light switch on the outside right hand side of the stable door. During winter or stormy weather the door might be shut also, to get in you can just slide it to the left.

The lockers are numbered top to bottom 1-4 and there are coloured key tags on the locks to help remember which one is yours to open.

How to use the locks: Our current locks have 5 large numbers to turn, and once you have them aligned simply pull strongly downwards on the blue barrel of the lock.

Once you have your order out of the locker, simply close the locker door and either:

– close the door and loop the lock back through the hole, without locking it, or

– put the lock inside the locker and shut the door.

If you have any trouble with the lockers, send a text to Danielle on 0447 545 870. As I work during business hours I’m not always available to take a call, and text is usually the fastest way to get hold of me!

Friendly Faces

The People: Danielle, Matt, Anthea, Gavin and Rusty all live at the property and you might bump into us in the stables.

We also have a number of agistees who keep their horses at Oakwood Park who may be there tacking up, making feeds or washing horses too.

Equine Therapy: Willow is an equine therapist regularly running sessions at Oakwood Park. You may come across Willow or her clients during the day and we just ask that you’re respectful of them if they appear to be in the middle of a session. 

Cats and Dogs: The most likely fur family that you’ll come across is Mouse (the cat) and Merlin the Maremma. 

Merlin joined our family in July 2021 and is a Maremma Sheepdog, which is a type of Livestock Guardian Dog. Because of his breed, he does tend to bark at unfamiliar cars and people. He’s a big dog with a big bark, but we recommend saying to him “Merlin, that’s enough” or “Merlin, it’s ok” – these are the phrases we are teaching him for when he doesn’t need to bark. He might be too nervous to accept pats from you straight away, try letting him sniff the back of your hand first until he gets to know you. 

Mouse is a tabby cat that has a pretty amazing backstory of walking about 32km to come home to us, and while he’s mostly a house cat now you might see him catching real mice in the stables.

The Horses: You might see some of our horses too. Some of the horses are agisted whereas some are ours. Nearest to the stables or getting involved in therapy sessions you’re likely to find Thumper, Shaky, Gryphon, Honey, Firefly and Bella. While they are friendly, we ask that you don’t feed them as some of our horses have allergies. 

The Chickens: You might also come across our chickens while they are free ranging. In the coop behind the maroon fence we have a mix of Faverolle and Araucana bantams, and you can purchase a carton of their eggs (a mix of blue and white shells) in the fridge in the stables for $5, cash or online card purchases are available.