TROPICAL FRUIT WORLD FARM TOUR

From AUD $48.00
  • Duration: 150 Minutes (approx.)
  • Location: DURANBAH, NSW

Join us on a fully guided tour of the plantation. You’ll find a commercial fruit farm which operates in harmony with the countryside, inspiring guests with its window into farming life and its
love of the natural environment.   You'll also discover our orchards of delicious fruits from all over World.  Every season brings an exotic new taste sensation! 

Your admission includes a fully guided tour of the orchards by tractor train and an exotic fruit tasting experience.  You'll visit our animal park with our kangaroo, emu and farm animal friends, and our enjoy boat cruise through the bushland valley in the heart of the farm.  

Tour duration approximately 2.5 hours.    A family admission comprises 2 adults plus accompanying children. Child age 4-16 years.  Our Plantation Markets and Cafe are open until 4pm.



If you would like to PRE-BOOK your seats for a specific tour time, you may purchase your tickets here online.   

HOWEVER ADDITIONAL SEATS AND TOUR TIMES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE GATE.

IF PRE-BOOKED, YOU MUST ARRIVE AND CHECK IN FIFTEEN MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR TICKETED TOUR DEPARTURE (QLD TIME).


LOCALS CLUB discounted tickets must be purchased in person on-site at our ticket counter - not online. 


IF YOU NEED TRANSPORT?  BOOK YOUR TOUR TICKETS AND TRANSFER PACKAGE via Surf City Transfers


Please note that Tropical Fruit World is a working farm, with some naturally uneven pathways and walking surfaces. Enclosed shoes are recommended.

Tour participants must be able to walk short distances and board vehicles unaided. Wheelchairs and walking frames, and prams and strollers cannot be taken on board tour vehicles.

Admission is subject to Tropical Fruit World's Terms and Conditions of Entry.  

Travelling with your family is a great experience and we strive to seat families together whenever possible.

Infants aged 0-3 and under 60cm tall must travel either in the lap of the adult travelling with them or be placed in a baby carrier front pack while on tour vehicles..