Tropical Fruit World

29 Duranbah Rd, Duranbah, New South Wales, Australia


02 6677 7222

10am - 4pm (Qld Time)

Tropical Fruit World a successful tourist attraction and commercial farming operation where more than 500 exotic fruit varieties are grown.

Located just over the boarder in NSW just 45 minutes drive from Surfers Paradise you will find an amazing range of interactive activities to partake in including:

  • Plantation Safari
  • Fruit Tasting
  • Wildlife Boat Cruise
  • Minature Train Ride
  • Fauna Park

Entry to Tropical Fruit World

Includes access to their Island recreation area, lush green lawn areas, covered tables and large shady gum trees make their Island a welcoming place.  Enjoy mini putt golf, flying fox ride,  free sporting and games equipment – or just relax.

Have you ever tasted a cheese fruit?  How about a caramel fruit, champagne fruit or ice-cream bean?  No matter what the time of year,  there is always an amazing variety of fruits in season to sample at one of our Fruit Tasting sessions.  Be adventurous and you’ll discover fruit flavours you never knew existed. Sweet, sour, creamy or juicy – nature has created a smorgasbord of fruits for you to try with the encouragement of their friendly and knowledgeable presenters.

Delicious snacks, lunches and fruity desserts and juices are also on offer at the Plantation Cafe and even do a spot of shopping at the Gift Market which carry a wide range of delicious gourmet produce and even beautiful natural avocado oil skincare.


Adult: $45
Child (4-16yrs):  $25
Family (2A+2C):  $110
Family  (2A+3C): $120
Concession*: $35

*Concession admission applies to full-time students with appropriate identification, Seniors Card holders, Pensioners Concession Card holders, Department of Veterans Affairs Concession Card holders.  *Carers Card holders accompanying a person or persons with a disability will be admitted free of charge

So come on down to the farm;  Enjoy a tour, find your new favourite fruit, relax and enjoy the rural setting that is Tropical Fruit World.

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