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 / Gift Shop

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Recent Reviews


May 2021

Fantastic Day Out

My partner and I thought the day before "let's do a day trip somewhere". We looked up multiple locations and saw that the camel tour looked to be the best. We were able to book the night before after... more »


May 2021


Most entertaining morning , with a fun and educational tour of he farm.our guide had everyone’s attention with her great knowledge and delivery.... more »


May 2021

Absolutely Fantastic!

We had an amazing day and learnt so much from the farm tour. The food from the restaurant was to die for as well. We bought many products from the store and are absolutely loving them, my hands... more »


May 2021

Great day out

We had a great day at Summer Land Camels! The tour was very interesting and we learnt lots, it was great to get up close and personal with the camels near the cafe and lunch was delicious! more »

Kevin Y

May 2021

Highly entertaining & educating tour!

Highly recommend the farm tour at Summer Land Camels - the staff is super impressive with their knowledge and wit, and it is a real eye opener for anyone who isn't familiar with camels. Better yet... more »