Our tours promise to provide visitors with a fun and educational farm experience like no other in the region!

We can cater for groups of all sizes – from tour buses and school excursions, to showing you around on a family day out.

Wheelchair access is available for guests who would like to join one of our tours.

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Delicious menu options are available for tour groups and visitors – from our famous ‘Taste the Region’ plates, to high teas, or a simple healthy snack!

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Farm Tractor Tours

Our Tractor Tour gives visitors, families and groups the chance to explore the macadamia and avocado orchards and learn about local history and agricultural practices.

We take bookings for individuals and groups.

Cost: $5 per person and free for kids under 2.
Open: 7 days, 10am – 2pm with bookings on site or by email.

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Group tours

For bus tours, schools, or other larger groups, why not book a private guided tour?

We can customise your tour with a range of attractions, comfortable facilities, beautiful garden areas to relax and delicious menu options. Tours can also be tailored to an educational focus, or a specific time-frame and budget to suit.

School tours are available until April 2020. Contact us for more information.

The Lionel Watts Museum building converted from an original farm house

History Tour

Summerland House farm has a rich history as an important part of North Coast history, and is one of the best examples of a disability employer in the country.

Contact us to book a History Tour for your group and learn the inspirational story of Lionel and Dorothy Watts, the founders of Aruma, formerly known as House with No Steps, the organisation behind Summerland House Farm.

More to see and do

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Farm animals

Our beautiful farm has recently is now home to 450 happy hens providing farm fresh eggs for our daily restaurant menu and also available to purchase and take home at The Grocer.

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Macadamia farm

The North Coast of NSW is famous for its native macadamias where growing conditions are ideal. We’ve been farming this delicious product for more than 40 years, and now have over 7,500 trees.

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The Grocer

For food lovers, a trip to The Grocer is a must! The Grocer has one of the largest regional food showcases including jams, oils, fruit and vegetables, and our very own macadamia nuts.