From Port Douglas: Atherton Tablelands Food & Wine Tasting


From Port Douglas: Atherton Tablelands Food & Wine Tasting

From US$ 149.64 per person

Enjoy a delicious food and wine tasting adventure showcasing the spectacular, Atherton Tablelands. Taste tropical fruit, cheese, chocolate, Crocodile, Kangaroo, nuts, and more on this foodie tour from Port Douglas.

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Duration 9 hours
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  • Explore the spectacular Atherton Tablelands - the tropical food bowl of the north
  • Eat and drink all day from exotic tropical fruits to homemade chocolates, cheese and coffee
  • Escape Port Douglas and taste spirits, beers, tropical fruit wines, liqueurs and ports
  • Sample gourmet cheeses, handcrafted chocolates and local fruits and peanuts
  • Relax in a private outback setting sipping wines and beers
Full description

Enjoy a food and wine tour from Port Douglas and taste some of the best food and wine that the Atherton Tablelands has to offer. Be taken through various contrasting landscapes from lush rainforests to stunning ochre Savannah plains.

The rich volcanic soil allows farmers to grow many diverse crops from bananas, coffee, sugar cane, avocados, mangoes, macadamia nuts, citrus, and more which you will learn about once you taste your way around the region's food bowl.'

Stop 1: Ice Creamery for full breakfast

Make your way to the first stop at a family-owned Ice creamery in Emerald Creek. Enjoy a delicious breakfast of seasonal tropical fruits, pike lets, syrup, and homemade strawberry and blueberry jam. Taste 2 scoops of homemade ice cream and sorbet from the creamery as well.

Stop 2: Jaques Family Coffee Plantation

Enjoy a visit to a working coffee plantation all run on solar energy. Try a tasting paddle of coffee and tea matched with tasty treats whilst overlooking the coffee bushes.

Stop 3: The Humpy

The best place to go to for freshly harvested Atherton Tablelands produced straight from the growers. From vegetables to tropical fruits and hundreds of different varieties of nuts, dried fruits, locally made jams, and sauces.

Taste some seasonal fruits and many different flavors of hot local peanuts and macadamia nuts.

Stop 4: Gourmet Lunch at The Australian Platypus Park

The Australian Platypus Park is home to a thriving platypus population. Take a wander down to see them in their magnificent setting then sit down to enjoy flavored handcrafted smoked products, combined with a unique blend of local Australian native herbs and spices.

These tasty treats are all produced in-house using only the freshest quality ingredients and include Crocodile, Red Claw (Yabby), and Kangaroo with fresh local salads topped off with a ‘Tarzali Lakes’ boutique beer, Dragon Fruit cider, or Lemon Myrtle tea. Then enjoy Tropical fruit wine and liqueur tasting.

Stop 5: Gallo Dairyland A fully operational dairy farm spread across 1000 acres of rich red volcanic soil with a gourmet cheese factory. Here, taste a selection of their delicious cheeses and homemade chocolates whilst gazing out over the picturesque landscape. Stop 6: Mt. Uncle Distillery

Just down the road, arrive at Australian Distiller of the year 2017, Mount Uncle Distillery, North Queensland’s first distillery. Here you can taste some of their award-winning liqueurs and spirits. Stop 7: Platypus Hut - Queensland wines and beers A unique 160-acre private property. Head down to 'the Platypus Hut' where you can sit in this tranquil setting as the sun goes down and watch for dive-bombing kingfishers and the elusive platypus (or dip your toes into the most beautiful mountain stream while tasting some Queensland wines and beer. Then, head down the Julatten range and be dropped back to your accommodation.

  • Pick-up and drop-off at your Port Douglas accommodation (if option selected)
  • Food tasting at each venue
  • Lunch and drinks
  • Additional purchases of goodies sampled

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable clothes

Not allowed

  • Oversize luggage

Know before you go

  • Due to the ongoing COVID-19 preventative measures, the itinerary is subject to slight changes
  • Dietary requirements can be accommodated, please advise the activity provider before the tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 44 reviews

Review summary

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Great food. Great variety. Great value. Great stories from Brett. He could answer any question we fired at him. We normally do our own thing and don't go on tours, but I would highly recommend this one. I don't think you would be able to pack everything in one day if you would have to organise it yourself. Thank you Brett!

March 28, 2023

Our guide Glen, was great. He was funny and knowledgeable about everything. The coffee experience was great, so was the Gallo cheese visit, loved it. We were expecting a winery visit, but the distillery was good. We don't really drink spirits much, so wouldn't have opted for that. Thank you Glen and a great group for a lovely day.

March 28, 2023

My husband and I contemplated about spending big dollars to go on day tours while in Port Douglas..instead of driving around ourselves. Well it was well worth every cent! We sat back and relaxed while being taken to unexpected places, some that were only accessible by the tour companies best decision ever, we went on three while visiting Port Douglas. Chris 1 on our Atherton Tablelands Food and Wine Tasting one was the best.

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March 28, 2023

Product ID: 88076