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Discover the journey from seed to skin on this tour of Jurlique Farm! For 1.5 hours, you'll explore the picturesque grounds, learn about their fascinating history and about the biodynamic farming methods they implement to create natural and state-of-the-art skincare products.
Nestled on a 42-acre property in the Adelaide Hills is the stunning biodynamic Jurlique Farm, that is behind the Australian skincare giant Jurlique. The company grows almost 30 botanicals like roses, lavender, yarrow, marshmallow and pansies biodynamically, creating formulas that are superior and natural. Discover what goes on behind the scenes on this fascinating tour. You'll visit their display garden, the seed propagation area, the biodynamic preparation area and more, and be amazed by the history of Jurlique, how seedlings and plants are propagated, plant varieties and their uses, biodynamic farming principles, soil fertility and compost production, harvest processes and bee keeping. It's where the worlds of science and nature perfectly collide!
This experience is part of the Responsible range because the farm is free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers.
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Tours are able to be conducted in most weather conditions with the exception of catastrophic fire days. Please come prepared if the weather is wet.
Please wear closed toe, flat shoes, sneakers or boots (high heels, sandals and open toed footwear are not suitable) and full length pants, trousers or jeans. Hats and sunscreen during summer months is recommended.
This experience takes place in Biggs Flat, SA.