Cliffords Honey Farm

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  • Address: 1157 Elsegood Road, Kingscote SA 5223, Australia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-885538295
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Tour, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature, Farm

About Cliffords Honey Farm, Kingscote

Owned by Dave, the Clifford’s Honey Farm is a family run business. It aims at providing visitors with good quality honey. Amenities and facilities within the honey farm include:

  • Guided tours of the farm.
  • Demonstrations of how honey is extracted.
  • Large picnic areas
  • On sale are organic products such as honey, candles, wax products and cosmetics.

The Clifford’s Honey farm is a must visit if you have a curious mind or if you are in town with your kids.

Cliffords Honey Farm Information

  • Guided Tours available for Large Groups – Booking in advance is necessary.

How To reach Cliffords Honey Farm by Public Transport

  • Drive down in a rented car.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Cliffords Honey Farm

  • 95% of people who visit Kingscote include Cliffords Honey Farm in their plan

  • 84.36% of people start their Cliffords Honey Farm visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Cliffords Honey Farm

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cliffords Honey Farm

People normally club together Duck Lagoon and Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Oil Distillery while planning their visit to Cliffords Honey Farm.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Cliffords Honey Farm, Kingscote Reviews

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  • If your visiting the island and like honey this is a must visit location. Must must must visit. Lots of good produce from their bees. Ice cream is famous for a reason. Good educational section too, not a bad place to have a break from driving and a snack with seating outside (probably not best place on a bitterly cold winters day or stinking hot summers days).

  • When we got into the shop we were overwhelmed by all the products. In the adjacent room, there are some important display things and a video that runs about the process of honey production. This takes about half an hour to go through. Then we had honey icecream outside the shop in outdoors setting. Soon the tour started. We just went into the production facility and Cliff himself explained about the process. Usually it is not him that runs the tour. He may be one of the best in making honey but don't be disappointed if it is another person. Because he is not as good in conducting tour as in honey production process. He is one humble and honest person that you could happily spend time with. After some talking we were taken inside the hanger to see the actual machinery to understand how honey is extracted. So we could have done it a little better in this order: Watch display and video first. Then go to the tour / hanger. Then go into the shop to buy stuff and then have honey icecream before leaving. Find out tour timing first before going there. Support good local business and your kids will be getting job and they can buy house too. It is better than buying everything imported and then complaining about lack of opportunities for future generation.

  • The ice cream was simply delicious and the beer was quite interesting. Very good prices considering the uniqueness of the products. I would really recommend it as a must do activity of the kangaroo island.

  • A good destination to visit for Kangaroo Island honey products. There is also an educational component with a working hive and some history of bee keeping / honey production. Free picnic areas are also available so it is a good lunch stop for a picnic / packed lunch.

  • Best honey in Australia. Pure gorjus and the best. Also try the honey ice cream!!

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