Six cases of adrenocortical tumours seen in children in a space of 6 years are presented. All 6 children had hypertension at presentation in addition to virilisation, Cushing syndrome or both. Mean age at presentation was 5 years. Sex ratio was equal. Duration of symptoms varied from 2 months to seven years. Diagnosis in all six cases was made on ultrasound examination of the adrenal bed. Surgical resection was done in all 6 children and 5 were referred for chemotherapy. Mean weight of the tumours was 138g. Two of them were alive until they were lost for follow up. One was followed up for thirty months.