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Teneriffe Queensland
Brisbane
Young Farmers is a local Brisbane business created by siblings Aimee and Carl Young. The goal at Young Farmers is to encourage people to know and care more about where their meat is sourced from. Young Farmers specialise in high-quality 100% grass-fed beef which is sourced locally from the Young family farm and neighbouring farms in th…
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Kengoon Road Munbilla Queensland
Munbilla
Agronomist, turned vegetable farmer, Ed Windley grew up on a cattle station in Central Queensland. But he never felt the connection to cattle that his parents did. From the time he grew air plants as a young boy, Ed has always had an affinity with plants. It was during his final years at university that he was able to channel that love…
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6202 Cunningham Highway Kalbar Queensland
Kalbar
Kalfresh Vegetables is Queensland’s “largest supplier of carrots. This farming, packing and marketing company is based at Kalbar and supplies carrots, onions, green beans and pumpkin to customers around Australia and overseas. The business started in 1992 as a small family-run operation. The Kalfresh Carrot Field Day has be…
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Canungra Queensland
Canungra
Hinterland Harvest’s food philosophy is about fresh, healthy and locally sourced food. Being a part of the Scenic Rim gives them access to some of the most beautiful produce in Queensland and this is reflected in their elegant & innovative menus. Whether you have a lunch for 20 or a dinner for 200 Hinterland Harvest has the a…
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45 Rymera Road Sarabah Queensland
Sarabah
Paul and Robyn Lee bought a rural property at Canungra as part of a lifestyle decision. But the accountant couldn’t help herself and soon decided to plant 500 macadamia trees. And that is how the brand “Greenlee Farm “began. Developing the macadamia orchard on what was once grazing land took many months of hard work. …
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785 Tarome Road Tarome Queensland
Tarome
Rob Hutchings is a farmer. But his 80ha property in the vegetable heartland of Aratula doesn’t look like most of the local farms. Instead of rows of carrots and beans, it’s dotted with more than 70 small freshwater dams, which produce nearly one-million Red Claw Crayfish each year. Rob is a marine biologist, who first dabbl…
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813 Boonah-Fassifern Rd Fassifern Valley Queensland
Fassifern Valley
With looks like these it’s no surprise they come with some memorable names. There’s the Green Zebra, Tigerella, Ida Gold, Black Cherry and the Mortgage Lifter – a tomato named by its breeder in recognition that its success had wiped his debts. Welcome to the wonderful world of heirloom tomatoes. As the name suggests t…
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6728 Cunningham Highway Aratula Queensland
Aratula
From the day Kane Lutter and Marshall Chalk opened their Aratula Butcher Shop on the Cunningham Highway in 2012, they’ve been busy. They do big weekend trade, with passing traffic pulling in to sample their range of fresh beef, pork and sausages. The pair both breed their own cattle at Tarome and Carneys Creek, and they prepare t…
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Tarome Queensland
Tarome
Glenn Abbott grew up on the Tarome property he now farms and says he loves his office, with its sweeping views of the Great Dividing Range. Vegetable farming is a job Glenn’s well-equipped for – he’s a fifth generation vegetable farmer on his mum’s side and fourth-generation on his dad’s. Glenn and his par…
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Tamborine Mountain Queensland
Tamborine Mountain
The Scenic Rim’s newest craft brewery – the Beard & Brau – is run by a couple who are as passionate about beer as they are about sustainability. That’s why Tanya Harlow and Chris Herring decided to move their business from South Australia to Tamborine in the Scenic Rim early last year. They found a farm on w…
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121 Brent Road Bunjurgen Queensland
Bunjurgen
David McMaugh released his first bottle of shiraz in 2005 and since then his Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard rose-shiraz and his ports have developed a keen following. He welcomes visitors to his cellar door at Bunjurgen most weekends and during the week. The former soldier and university professor loves talking wine and winemaking with gues…
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Queensland
The life of a beekeeper can be a solitary one, but Robert Dewar wouldn’t have it any other way. He’s a third-generation honey producer, who learned the trade from his father Laurie while still at school. “I love it, it’s a lifestyle thing, you’re out in the bush and you’re not dealing with hundreds o…
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