THE long-awaited segment about Summerland House Farm will appear on Sydney Weekender this weekend and the tourist attraction's employees couldn't be more excited.
The segment, which was filmed in March this year, will go to air on Prime at 5.30pm on Sunday.
Mike Whitney and his crew were treated to all mini golf, tractor tours, delicious food and retail therapy at the farm.
Mr Whitney even got a special treat, getting elevated to the top of the avocado trees to really experience life on a working avocado and macadamia farm.
The segment showcases the tourist attraction to millions of people around Australia, and also showcases the work of House with No Steps as an Australian Disability Service.
Summerland House Farm is one of many House with No Steps businesses and services, supporting and employing thousands of people with a disability in NSW, Queensland and the ACT.
The farm alone employees 90 people with a disability.
It wasn't just the employees who got to experience the fun of interacting with the film crew and appearing on camera.
More than 60 local children and parents came along to join in the fun. The Sydney Weekender crew stayed at nearby Alstonville Country Cottages.
Tune in this Sunday at 5.30pm.
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