Tropical Fruit World Park Tour

  • Gold Coast
  • English
  • 2.5 hours (approx.)

Standard Inclusions

  • 1. Guided tractor tour through plantation collection of more than 500 exotic fruits
  • 2. Tropical fruit tasting of farm fresh seasonal fruits
  • 3. Wildlife boat cruise with wild bird and fish feeding
  • 4. Fauna park of native kangaroos, emus, and Aussie farm animals.
From AUD
$48.00

1 Key Facts

Included

  • 1. Guided tractor tour through plantation collection of more than 500 exotic fruits
  • 2. Tropical fruit tasting of farm fresh seasonal fruits
  • 3. Wildlife boat cruise with wild bird and fish feeding
  • 4. Fauna park of native kangaroos, emus, and Aussie farm animals.

Not included

  • 1. Transport from/to hotels
  • 2. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 3. Souvenirs
  • 4. Travel Insurance
Destination Gold Coast
Address 29 Duranbah Rd, Duranbah NSW 2487
How to get there ● By Car
- If you are travelling south to Tropical Fruit World from Brisbane or the Gold Coast, travel south along the Pacific Highway. Once over the border into NSW, keep an eye out for our sign on the left hand side of the highway. It’s a giant avocado! Then take the next exit, which is signed as Murwillumbah Exit Route 40. Then simply follow the signs to Tropical Fruit World.  
- If you’re travelling north from Byron Bay or Ballina, travel north on the Pacific Highway and take the first exit on the left after passing through the road tunnel.  Then simply follow the signs to Tropical Fruit World.
Operating hours
Daily* 10:00 - 16:00
* Christmas Day (25 December) Closed
Check-in requirements Please ensure you arrive at the attraction 15 minutes before your scheduled departure time to allow enough time to check in. Failure to arrive before this time will most likely be classified as no-show and result in forfeiting the booking and it cannot be refunded or transferred.

If you are not familiar with the area or travelling on a weekend or local public holidays / school holidays, please make sure you've checked your timetable or driving route beforehand, and allow extra travelling time for unexpected delays to ensure you do not miss your check in
What to bring/wear ● Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions, eg. jacket for cooler months.
● Comfortable enclosed walking shoes
● Protective clothing, hat, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses
● Water bottle, Snacks
● Umbrella / raincoat if rains
● Insect repellent
● Camera
● Money/credit card for optional purchases
Other info ● Child Policy
Infants aged 0-3 and under 60cm tall must be supervised by parents who adhere to the following rules:
- All infants booked on a tour are booked without a seat and must travel either in the lap of the adult travelling with them or be placed in a baby carrier front pack.
- This also means that there is a limit of one infant per adult booked online. If you wish to book an infant with a seat or more than one child travels with one adult, each additional child must occupy a seat and be more than 60cm tall and able to sit upright without assistance.
- Infants 0-3 will remain in baby carrier front packs whilst on the tour vehicles.
- Those infants not in baby carriers will sit on their parents lap whilst on the tour vehicles.
- Parents of infants visiting TFW shall supervise infants at all times while riding TFW tour vehicles.
- All passengers aged under 9 shall be seated on a seat row inside an adult not on the outside seat where ever possible, no infant shall ever be seated outside an adult on the tour vehicle.

● The Patron will comply with and will ensure that all accompanying persons and/or minors comply with instructions issued by TFW staff and/or contained in all permanent and temporary signs which appear on the Premises and, without limiting this obligation, will not:
(a) enter fenced off areas;
(b) pick fruit from trees or otherwise damage any plant or vegetation;
(c) conduct himself or herself in a manner which might cause nuisance or annoyance to others; or
(d) litter or dispose of rubbish other than in receptacles provided by TFW.

● Tropical Fruit World is a working farm. To enjoy it you must remember that roads and pathways may be uneven or broken, and that waterways are not fenced.  Supervision of children is required at all times. Please be aware at all times of conditions around you including reptiles and other native wildlife.

● For reasons including periodic or emergency maintenance and safety concerns, parts or all of the
Premises may be temporarily unavailable and advertised features or rides may not operate on the day of visit. Please check the TFW's official website for scheduled maintenance and closures before purchasing. No refund will be given as a consequence of any such non-availability provided that in the case of Premises closure during advertised opening hours.

● The consumption of any food or fruit on the Premises is at the Patron's risk. If the Patron is unsure as to any reaction or allergy they or any accompanying persons and/or minor to any particular food or fruit, TFW recommends that such food or fruit should not be consumed;

● Tropical Fruit World may add, withdraw, substitute and/or vary arrangements for any reason.

● 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.

2 Overview

More than a tourist attraction, and more than a commercial farm, Tropical Fruit World is a labor of love, a fruit farm of inimitable value. Complete with a Biological Sustainable Horticulture philosophy, this family owned heritage business takes seriously their custodianship of the land as they seek to educate, share and unlock nature’s secrets with visitors, community and family alike. Since 1983, Tropical Fruit World (formerly Avocadoland) has trail blazed in linking fruit farming with tourism. Set amongst rainforest, water catchments and the rolling volcanic mineral soil from the caldera of Mount Warning, this working fruit farm is situated in the prime environment to grow over 500 fruits from right throughout the world. The Tropical Fruit World brand encompasses guided tours and tastings, a farm owned fruit market Plantation Markets, and a regional dining and event venue Plantation House, coupled with a unique collection of skincare and food products The Plantation Collection.

Tropical Fruit World Park Tour

More than 500 fruits from all around the World are grown here on this 165 acre family farm, and every season brings exotic, unusual and delicious fruit varieties for you to discover. You'll see, taste and learn about them when you climb aboard a tractor train and explore the plantation on a fully guided Park Tour:

  • You'll journey through the orchards by tractor train on our Plantation Safari

  • Relax and enjoy our waterways on a Wildlife Boat Cruise

  • Meet farm animal friends, kangaroos and emus in our Fauna Park

  • Sample and learn about our seasonal fruits during your Fruit Tasting Session

Your ticket includes all activities and tour duration is approximately 2.5 to 3 hours. Tour activities begin every half hour or so, with the last full tour opportunity for the day departing at around 13:30. However, limited tour activities are available through to 15:20. Plantation Market and Plantation Cafe are open until 16:00.

 

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Cancellation Policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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