Summerland House Farm - Alstonville

Open 7 days 9am-4pm | Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day & Boxing Day | Tel: 02 6628 0610 |


  • Summerland House Farm is a ‘must do’ experience  and a memorable, inspiring organisation!
  • Heaps of family fun with a Water Park, Farm Tractor Tours and  Mini Golf to name a few!
  • Located  less than 20 mins from Ballina and 40 mins from Byron Bay: 253 Wardell Road, Alstonville


General Information

Summerland House Farm is a beautiful, working Macadamia and Avocado farm set in the hills of the Alstonville Plateau. The Farm has a wide range of attractions including Tractor Farm Tours, Mini Golf, Water Park and Playground, ‘The Grocer’ – a regional food showcase, Cafe, Nursery, Gift Shop and Museum. If you are visiting the area, Summerland House Farm is a ‘must do’ experience  and a memorable, inspiring organisation!

There’s definitely something for everyone at this attraction. For the young families there is a water park and large, fully fenced playground.  A great alternative to the beach! The water spray park and play ground area is the ideal way to have fun and cool off.  Parents can sit back, relax and enjoy a coffee while the kids can play in the fully fenced, shady playground and picnic areas.

Don’t forget to bring your swimmers and towel when you visit Summerland House Farm!

For the gourmet there’s one of the largest regional food showcases in the region, with just about every delicious concoction to come from the Northern Rivers food bowl.

There’s an unusual interactive nine hole mini golf course with all the noise and moving bits expected from a popular course, including a loud macadamia de-husking processor which pretends the ball is a macadamia -a big hit with the visitors!

Explore the macadamia and avocado orchards on the informative and fun 15 minute Tractor Farm Tours, daily on the hour between 11am to 2pm.

  • Entrance to water spray park : Gold coin donation
  • Mini Golf: $5 per person
  • Tractor Farm Tour: $5

During the School Holidays Summerland House Farm runs a number of kids activities ranging from  Pony Rides, Laser Skirmish and Jumping Castles. Check out the details for next school holidays by visiting , checking their Facebook page, or following them on Instagram

Summerland House Farm was established in 1972 as a regional operation for the House with No Steps organisation founded by Lionel Watts in Sydney some 10 years earlier.  The organisation is dedicated to creating opportunities for people with a disability to make the most of their abilities.


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