Something for everyone

Experience our multi-generational family farm in beautiful Bundaberg, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Learn firsthand how we go about caring for our land and managing the quality of our premium, single origin macadamias from seed to tree, to table.

From our humble beginnings to our sustainable farming practices, to our state-of-the-art processing facility, there’s something here to interest everyone; including of course, the chance to sample and buy our delicious locally grown macadamia products direct from our Macadamia Visitor Experience, Farmgate Shop and Cafe.

Visitor Experience

Visit our original orchard on Goodwood Road and take a self-guided interactive tour through our trees, our multi-generational family’s story and the history of macadamia farming in Bundaberg.

See where it all began through interactive displays that capture our family’s firsthand insight into Bundaberg’s agricultural history. Learn about how we incorporate innovation and research to drive our sustainable, carbon-friendly farming practices and ensure we produce the highest quality nuts.

During harvest season, from February to August, take a self-paced walk through our established macadamia orchard in front of the Visitor Experience Centre, collect your own macadamias and crack them on one of our cracking stations.

COMPLIMENTARY TASTING

A guided tasting is the perfect introduction to our family’s premium range of single origin
macadamias. Our macadamias are grown using sustainable farming methods and packed with care
in the Bundaberg region. Nature has blessed us with the perfect environment to produce a high-
quality healthy product and we’d love to share it with you.

FARMGATE SHOP

Discover why Bundaberg is one of Australia’s premier growing regions by visiting our Farmgate Shop. Enjoy our range of premium single origin macadamias, grafted macadamia tree seedlings and jars of our very own orchard honey for sale, as well as a selection of locally sourced products.

With everything from macadamia skincare, to jams and sauces made from local ingredients, and internationally renowned bowls made from ground macadamia shells, you are bound to find the perfect memento from your trip to Bundaberg.

Get in Touch

CAFÉ BOOKINGS

We operate on a walk-in basis, except for groups of 12+ guests (pre-arranged on our Group Packages option).

Opening Hours

Visitor Experience & Farmgate Shop The Orchard Table
Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5pm 8.30am – 4pm
Saturday 8.00am – 3.00pm 8.00am – 3.00pm
Sunday 9am – 4pm 9am – 4pm

Visitor Experience & Farm Shop

Monday to Friday | 8.30am – 5.00pm

Saturday | 8.00am – 3.00pm

Monday to Friday | 9.00am – 4.00pm

The Orchard Table

Monday to Friday | 8.30am – 5.00pm

Saturday | 8.00am – 3.00pm

Monday to Friday | 9.00am – 4.00pm

GETTING HERE

We’re located at 4625 Goodwood Road, Bundaberg QLD 4670.

We offer plenty of parking, including wheelchair access and bays for larger vehicle and buses.

Please be mindful that there is approximately 100m of uncovered walkway from the carpark to the building.

Although we love all creatures great and small, our premises are not pet friendly.

Why visit Bundaberg?

Bundaberg is a vibrant Queensland town, located just 4 hours drive or a short 50-minute plane flight north of Brisbane.

Bordered by the Burnett and Elliott Rivers, Bundaberg is the beating heart of the Wide Bay–Burnett region. Its idyllic climate and affordability make Bundaberg a popular travel destination for people of all ages.

Made famous by rum and ginger beer, Bundaberg was built off the back of the sugar industry. Today, with a population of about 100,000, Bundaberg also boasts award-winning gins, beers and ciders. It was also home to the great aviator Bert Hinkler.
Regarded as the southernmost gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the Bundaberg Region’s Mon Repos beach is home to the most significant loggerhead turtle nesting population in the South Pacific region.

Blessed with Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot Islands at its doorstep, Bundaberg is also a fantastic spot to marvel at humpback whales as they make their annual migration.

Fertile soil, clean water and fresh air make our home in Bundaberg, Queensland, an ideal growing climate for macadamia nuts, an Australian native.