Nerada Tea

Australia's largest tea grower with 1,000 acres of tea planted at Malanda, producing 1.5 million kilos of black tea (about 750 million cups of tea). Nerada has herbal, green, flavoured and instant teas. Open daily 9am to 4pm. Buy online.


  • Address:
    933 Glen Allyn Road
    Malanda, 4885
  • Phone:
    61740968328
  • Type:
    Food/Beverages, Organic/Sustainable
  • Produce:
    Coffee, Tea & Juices
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
  • Links:

Tea is from Camellia Sinensis, or Chinese Rose, bushes that are cultivated to produce both black and green tea.


Opening Hours

Daily: 9am to 4pm


Trails passing through Nerada Tea Stops

Atherton Gourmet Trail

The Atherton Tablelands, with it's elevation and rich volcanic soil, is home to many outstanding food and wine producers. The five producers on this trail highlight the variety and richness of produce from this very productive and fertile area, Meet the growers and producers of cheese, coffee, tea, fruit wine and also biodynamic yoghurt, cheese and eggs.

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Mountain Tablelands Food Trail

The Mountain Tablelands Food Trail is the high altitude southern region of rolling green hills where the lush green pastures produce some of the creamiest dairy products in Australia. Accessible from either the Palmerston Hwy from the south (Cassowary Coast), The Kennedy Hwy from the North (Savannah Tablelands) or up the scenic Gillies Hwy from Gordonvale, (just south of Cairns. This area is full of natural attractions and home to the Waterfall Circuit and Misty Mountains Trails around the Millaa Millaa, Malanda, Atherton, Yungaburra.

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