From farm, to bottle, to you

Lush green meadows, colourful flowers and invigorating aromas are all on show this spring as part of the Jurlique Farm tour experience at their 153 acre Mylor farm, nestled in the stunning Adelaide Hills. Stroll along the display garden’s rows of herbs, flowers and plants and gain a behind-the-scenes look at one of Australia’s favourite natural skin care brands.

Jurlique, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

The biodynamic Jurlique Farm is home to over 30 varieties of herbs and plants that are grown for Jurlique’s natural skin care range.

Jurlique Farm tours

Jurlique Farm tours are a year round experience with different plants harvested at different times of the year. The most colourful, busiest time of the year is when harvesting commences in spring and continues into early summer – September, October and November, December. Sweet violets, daisy and heartsease are picked first with calendula, roses, chamomile, black elder berry flower, yarrow, red clover and lavender following as the season warms.

Running three times a week, guided tours are a unique opportunity to learn about seed propagation, biodynamic farming and take a look through the herb drying shed and farm retail shop.

Jurlique: nature + science = beauty

Founded in 1985 by Dr Jurgen Klein, a biochemist and naturopath, and his wife Ulrike, a horticulturalist and botanist; Jurlique has developed into an Australian natural skin care leader which can be found in 1200 stores, in 23 countries, including North America, UK, Europe and Asia.

Things to do

Here are some great ideas for you to try while you’re in the area.

What's on

There are plenty of events on in the Adelaide Hills. Here are some ideas you might like.

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