8 Charles Chauvel Drive‚ Harrisville

Australia’s largest wild camel training centre and dairy operation.

Located within the beautiful Scenic Rim of South East Queensland, Summer Land Camel Farm is just a 45 minute drive from Brisbane's Central Business District and 80 minutes from the Gold Coast.

Meet their gentle camels, feed them, take photos and learn about the anti-aging and immune health benefits of Camel Milk. See their products being made and experience the freshest products straight from the farm.

Enjoy country fare in their cosy Café, taste delicious camel milk, gelato, their amazing cheeses, cakes and their famous camel-cino. Try their anti-aging skin care products and learn why camel milk is the ultimate ingredient for skincare.

  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Food and Refreshments
  • Public Toilet
  • Shop

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Recent Reviews


Mar 2020

Fabulous products in a gorgeous location, just out of Brisbane

It was a pleasure to visit Summer Land Camels earlier this month. I didn't realise there was so many camels on site, and it's so fun to see the calves with their mums. We tasted some cheese, bought... more »


Jan 2020

Camels the highlight!

The camel rides were the highlight for my kids - though over too quickly for $20 a pop. We really enjoyed the farm tour - despite the heat and flies (no one's fault but another bench to sit on along... more »

Danielle S

Jan 2020

Great day out in the Scenic Rim

We really enjoyed our visit to Summer Land Camels. Educational, great for the kids, good cafe with great outlook. more »

Vicki B

Jan 2020

Great day out

I was pleasantly surprised at how big the farm was and how many camels there were to see, feed and pat. We did the tour which was extremely informative. I learnt more about camels during this one... more »


Jan 2020

Summer Land Camels

Great day out! Beautiful location. Our guide Emily was very knowledgeable and interesting. Our kids were a little bored on the tour though. There needs to be some shade in areas when you stop to... more »