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Visit Tropical Fruit World

Posted in Local Attractions @ Aug 24th 2012 8:53am - By Administrator

Leave the sand for a while and step into a one of a kind plantation. Tropical Fruit World is the home of the world’s largest variety of tropical fruit. Beyond the mouth-wateringly fresh fruit, Tropical Fruit World has a lot more in store.

Sample weird and wonderful fruits at the Miracle Fruit Show. Where else can you find fruits like the miracle fruit, the ice-cream bean, chocolate pudding fruit, champagne fruit, and fruit like banana bubble gum? Fill your mouth with the sweetness of chutneys, jams, and preserves that are unique to the plantation.

Hop aboard the mini-train and encircle the Island. Along the way, you will see a free-range koala feast on the eucalypts covering the train track or a large lagoon covered with a mass of water lilies. If you would rather travel by water, there is a Jungle River Cruise. Take a slow tranquil ride along a jungle river teeming with wildlife.

Climb aboard the tractor train for a safari through the plantation. Your tour guide will share interesting and entertaining facts about the fruits and the plantation. You may stop along the plantation trail to crack some macadamia nuts under the trees, to see how avocados grow, to look at the world’s largest tree-borne fruit, and to sample fruits straight from the tree.

All this talk about fruits might leave you hungry for more. Not to worry, the park’s Rainforest Café serves “plantation to the plate” cuisine. Try the fresh fruit ice cream and the parfaits. You’ll be asking for seconds. There are also freshly made burgers, snacks, and delectable desserts all featuring fruits grown on the Tropical Fruit World plantation. It doesn’t get fresher than that.

Enjoy a dose of healthy fun at Tropical Fruit World just a short 35-minute drive from our Broadbeach Holiday Resorts.

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