Skybury business development manager Paul Fagg said Brett’s Outback Tasting Adventure tour would visit Skybury Tropical Plantation four days a week, bringing locals and domestic and international visitors from Port Douglas to experience world-class export produce right where it is grown.
Skybury Tropical Plantation, 10 minutes west of Mareeba on the Atherton Tablelands, is a family-owned plantation, home to Skybury Coffee and Papaya, and a first-rate on farm visitor experience, the Skybury Café and Roastery.
“We are delighted to partner with Port Douglas-based Brett and Andrea Cameron to share our beautiful part of the world and our unique farm-fresh produce with people who enjoy the simple pleasures of real food,” Mr Fagg said.
“Our produce is sent all over Australia and overseas, and it is great to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about our passion for coffee and papaya and discover the rich diversity of the Atherton Tablelands.”
Brett and Andrea Cameron have seen their business go from strength to strength since starting Brett’s Outback Tasting Adventure three years ago.
“We have found there is so much interest in the tasting tours. It’s a good day out, satisfying and fun,” Mr Cameron said.
“The Atherton Tablelands are a wonderland with cheese, wine, chocolate, tropical fruit and vegies, locally distilled spirits – and now Skybury Coffee. There is something for every interest and palate.
“Locals enjoy discovering the foodie treats in their backyard just as much as tourists from the other side of the world
“We found people were driving to Port Douglas from Cairns for our tour, so we added the Cairns Food and Wine Tour (www.cairnsfoodwinetours.com.au) that starts and ends in Cairns.”
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