Education and showcasing the advancements of the cotton industry are central to this tour. Guests will enjoy an authentic farm based experience, led by friendly and knowledgeable locals, designed to connect visitors with the process of making cotton garments. Today, we guide thousands of visitors each year, through the sustainable practices and the day to day workings of our farm ‘Alcheringa’. The 2,500 acre property purchased by Keith Coulton in 1973, was formerly a working sheep station. Today, it produces irrigated cotton and rotational crops year round. Native Australian birds and wildlife such as water birds, pelicans, black swans, kangaroos, pigeons and possums can often be seen, acting in their natural habitat. Central to the property is a 1km lateral watering system. Visitors are also intrigued by the supply of water, gravity fed through channels around the farm.
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