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North Queensland Gold Coffee Plantation

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Dimbulah Road, Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
+61 7 4093 2269
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A truly family business

We have visited several time and this time found they are selling. Hopefully new owners will roast... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2016
I am a Coffee lover, this was heaven

Unfortunately some travellers will head out on Dimbulah Rd and maybe travel 5 or 6 km before... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2016
Len A
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Dimbulah Road, Mareeba, Queensland, Australia
+61 7 4093 2269

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Reviewed 9 September 2016

We have visited several time and this time found they are selling. Hopefully new owners will roast in the way, using mainly natural qld sunshine. Can only wish happy retirement. Such special coffee growers.

1  Thank Kingsand
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Unfortunately some travellers will head out on Dimbulah Rd and maybe travel 5 or 6 km before turning around and muttering that they can't find the Coffee plantation. People, friends, fellow travellers and coffee lovers, YOU need to drive 10 km along the Dimbulah re...More

Thank Len A
Reviewed 1 January 2016 via mobile

Lovely little family owned farm. We really enjoyed our time with Bruno learning how he grows and roasts coffee the old fashion way to create beautiful rich flavours.

Thank lingamania
Reviewed 29 December 2015 via mobile

Bruno and Maria need to be on the register of national treasures for their coffee and warm welcome. This family run business should be supported because of their passion for coffee and their perseverance. The contrast with Coffeeworks is huge, but I know who I...More

2  Thank ConstantTraveller77
Reviewed 11 July 2015

Really back to basics, and we loved it. Although blink and you'll miss the entry off the road, we had to turn around and go back.

2  Thank Storm_inna_Teacup
Reviewed 20 June 2015

We thoroughly appreciated our time spent with Bruno and Maria; learning about the process of growing coffee, seeing their humble machinery and roasting/packaging shed, savouring a specially brewed espresso, as well as purchasing some beans to bring home. It wasn't the easiest to find this...More

2  Thank KiwiJenni
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Whilst in Mareeba you can visit numerous coffee growers. However, you can also visit Maria and Bruno at North Queensland Gold Coffee planation. They give a back to basics insight to coffee growing and personal tour. Don't be put off by the non-tourist approach, this...More

2  Thank Kitchen-devils
Reviewed 23 May 2014

Well, we missed the sign even though we had been warned and ended up at the "big" plantation two minutes just up the road, which does have rest rooms should you need them :). As we were there we decided to have a look around...More

7  Thank poloka
Reviewed 14 May 2014

We decided to visit this coffee plantation on a day trip around the Atherton tablelands it was our first stiop after driving up from Cairns so when we arrived there we need to use the rest rooms We were very surprised when they said they...More

3  Thank BMR18
Reviewed 3 April 2014 via mobile

This is the real coffee experience for real coffee people. Instead of constant pandering to tourists with gift shops over priced food or glossy advertising, this place lets their wealth of experience do the talking. It is a family run business which offers you a...More

Thank Patricia B
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