A working almond farm on the banks of the Darling River in far west NSW, Outback Almonds was established in 1998. What began as a 3000 tree crop has evolved to 9000, with a selection of natural, blanched, slivered, hot and spicy and chocolate coated almonds available to purchase via our online shop.
We invite you to stay the night and indulge in one of our three Canvas Bell Tents by 'Glamping', and if you're just passing by, or looking for something a little different, book for a Long Lunch or Dinner under the stars*.
If you're interested to see how an Almond farm works, harvest takes place from January to April, and is fascinating to many, as it is a relatively unique method of farming for much of Australia.
And if it's a new space you're looking for to host your next special event or corporate function, we'd love to work with you! Be sure to make note of Blossom time in early August, it is truly a magical time to visit.
Glamping; a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping.
Long Lunch; a long period to sit and enjoy great food, with great company, ordinarily in a relaxed ambient setting.