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Welcome to Whitsunday Gold Coffee
Open 7 days



Public Holidays

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Most Australians have visited or at least heard of the world renowned Whitsunday Region which is famous for The Great Barrier Reef, but did you know that it is also home to one of Australia's largest coffee plantations!  

Located at the gateway to the gorgeous Whitsunday Region, we are opposite the Airlie Beach/Shute Harbour Road on the Bruce Highway, just 1 minute north of Proserpine. Surrounded by stunning scenery, bordered by the Proserpine River and nestled in a rich fertile valley, our 140,000 Arabica coffee trees give us a truly beautiful, Award Winning Coffee that we would like you, to also enjoy! 

Licensed Restaurant

Just like Scott Howard from England...

"I spent 6 months travelling around Australia and tried as much locally grown/roasted coffee as possible. Yours was without doubt the best! We absolutely loved it!"

Welcome to the Kids Play Area
Open 7 days

(during school terms)

8.30am-3pm (during school holidays)


Public Holidays

Admission fee to play (children and adults) $9.95

Stay and play all day long!
Remember to bring your socks
(we do sell socks)

Large indoor, air-conditioned playground
Tea cup rides
Padded flying fox
2 slides: rainbow jumping slide and 3 lane slide

Don't pass through the Whitsunday Region without calling in to taste the quality of our Award Winning, Australian Grown Coffee!
While you're here, enjoy the ambience of our North Queensland plantation style Coffee Shop and Licensed Restaurant!
Fall in love with "The Flavour of Freshness"

Self-Guided Menagerie Experience
Walk around our magnificent pathways, take in the sights, the plants, the animal life and self-discover what is in our Menagerie

Come say hi to Cosmo, our Major Mitchell Cockatoo (pictured left)
You will also meet:
- Ruby, our female Eclectus Parrot (below)
- Maverick, our male Eclectus Parrot (below) so many more

Please note: we are not conducting coffee tours at present.