Once you arrive, wander in through the small store selling its home-grown produce and follow on until you end up in the café. Now I can say from experience, their coffee is good. We chose outdoor seating and enjoyed our soy and almond lattes in the sun while watching other farm-ers (get it) explore the area.
After the magic bean juice was in our system and our energy was rising high, we went for a walk to view all the different sorts of vegetables and herbs growing on the property. I was so amazed and impressed at the scale of the farming, as you'll see there are rows upon rows of near ready veggies lining the premises and are all sold in the store at the entrance.
After observing the area, it's time to get lost in a field of colour. Sunflowers stand tall and bright in two decent sized fields past the macadamia trees. You are allowed to cut a sunflower while you're wandering for $4, which is paid at the counter, so we explored, and I picked a big beautiful one that I had in my room for days afterwards.
And lastly, before heading on out of there, we found a couple of baby cows and many cute little chickens roaming a wonderfully sized pen. Three large pigs laid comfortably in the dirt under the shade, and we learnt that the pigs were rescues and were now living a life at the farm that did not conclude with a slaughtering for pork. This made us so happy!
I would definitely recommend Kingscliff Farm & Co, it's $5 entry otherwise free if you decide to order some food via the café, and you can spend a couple of hours there eating, lazing about (thanks to their macadamia tree hammocks) and exploring. Perfect for a spring/summer morning!