We are excited to open our doors to the public for three special ‘charity tours’ this summer. All proceeds will go towards these amazing charities; Garden To Table, Kiwi Harvest and Basket of Blessings. There are limited spaces available for each tour.
- Thursday 18th January 2024
- Monday 5th February 2024
- Sunday 3rd March 2024
- Return transport to and from Royalburn Farm Shop in Arrowtown (pick-up 9:00am and drop-off approx 12:15pm).
- 9:30am – 11:00am – tour of the farm
- 11:15am – 11:45am – light morning tea
Tickets are $95 adult and $45 child (under 12)
Corporate Farm Tours
Treat your team to a truly unique experience like no other available in New Zealand.
We are open for a limited number of corporate farm tours between 15th November to 1st April. Our tours can take place from Tuesday through to Friday.
- Tour of farm
- Farm-to-plate BBQ style lunch or morning/afternoon tea
- Transport to and from Royalburn Farm Shop in Arrowtown (if required)
For more information around our corporate farm tours, please fill out the form below.
Royalburn Station is a unique, genuine farm-to-plate operation, that produces market garden vegetables, meat, eggs, grains, seeds and honey on a large scale. The farm’s vision is to be leaders in direct-to-market, regenerative and ethical farming.
Visit us for an unforgettable and unique tour and learn all about our sustainable practices and circular solutions that help our land, animals, people and food sources thrive. Meet our passionate team and leave with a true understanding of how food gets to our plates.
During the tour you’ll visit our free-range, pasture-raised hens and learn what it takes to produce the best egg possible. We will explain why we decided to build our own micro, on-farm abattoir and complimentary butchery. If you have a green thumb, you’ll love visiting our organic market garden that produces fresh seasonal vegetables for our farm shop, restaurants and cafes in the region.
Royalburn’s history is steeped in grain, being one of the first farms to supply the Speights beer factory. A large part of the farm’s operation continues to be arable, growing several hundred tonnes annually of various seeds and cereals from barley for brewing beer, to wheat, peas, and sunflowers for cold-pressed sunflower oil. We’ll visit and explain what crops we grow, and why.