Macadamia Meadows Farm

Macadamia Meadows is located on 6 acres of macadamia trees.  The orchard is located in the Kau District of the Big Island of Hawaii.  With the elevation at 1,000 feet above sea level, rainfall averaging approximately 60 inches per year and temperature averaging approximately 73 degrees, the climate is ideal for growing delicious macadamia nuts.

The harvest lasts 8 – 9  months.  Currently the nuts are delivered to a processing plant for distribution.

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Macadamia Nuts

The macadamia nut is native to New South Wales and Queensland, Australia.   The first commercial orchard was planted in New South Wales by Rous Mill in the 1880’s. The macadamia nut was introduced to Hawaii in 1882 as a wind break for sugar cane by William Purvis, who was a manager at Pacific Sugar Mill on the Big Island. In the 1920’s the macadamia was planted as a commercial crop in Hawaii.

The orchard contains several fruit trees that include, mango, orange, guava, fig, passion fruit, bread fruit and avocado.


The Mango has been distributed worldwide to become one of the most cultivated tropical fruits. Mango trees grow up to 115–131 ft tall. The fruit takes three to six months to ripen and can live up to 300 years. Mangoes were first imported to America in the 17th century and had to be pickled because of lack of refrigeration. The orchard has 8 mango trees that bear fruit.


We are located on the island of Hawaii, affectionately known as the Big Island.


94-6263 Kamaoa Rd, Naalehu, HI 96772

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