Have made several visits to this very popular place and it is always a pleasant stop-off point, if nothing else, for a nice coffee and snack in lovely surroundings. Lovely, clean restaurant serving drinks, snacks and meals. There are several small, interesting shops on site, as well as the large shop attached to the Ginger Factory, selling their products and lots more besides. Tours of the factory are available (at a fee) with delicious tastings at the end, and a little train does trips around the site (fee), very popular with the children. There are also a couple or so other inside activities/rides (fee) to entertain them. A few years ago, the owners invested in a considerable number of indiginous tree plantings, to replace some of the ones disappearing from the environment for one reason or another, and now the walk through the shady gardens/rainforest is really lovely, with a water feature included too. Well worth a stop if you have a couple hours to spare.