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196 FM Bells Road Mt Alford Queensland 1.58 km
The Kooroomba Vineyard & Lavender Farm is ideally located at Mt Alford around one hour from Brisbane and one and a half hours from the Gold Coast. The property consists of a cellar door, restaurant, and lavender shop overlooking six acres of vineyards and fields of lavender with magnificent views of the Scenic Rim Mountains. The ce…
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898 Reckumpilla Street, Mount Alford, Queensland, Australia 2.89 km
Mike Webster says until you’ve tried a micro beer you don’t know what you’ve been missing. The Scenic Rim builder has been experimenting with home-brews for the past 30 years. He knew the day would come when his body wouldn’t be able to handle the rigours of building work and was always on the lookout for his se…
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19 High Street Boonah Queensland 8.48 km
This Boonah butcher says he sticks to good old-fashioned techniques and it’s an approach which has set him apart from the competition. He’s won a slew of awards at the annual Sausage King championships, for his traditional beef sausages, as well as for his gourmet snags. Gary says the awards help to confirm that he’s …
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222 Lake Moogerah Road, Fassifern Valley, Queensland, Australia 8.89 km
Stephen Pennell farmed conventionally for over thirty years. After becoming unwell, his wife, Angela, finally convinced Stephen to begin farming organically. Steve now says he wishes he’d made the change years ago. They sell their vegies at markets in Brisbane and locally. The Pennells are passionate about their organic leafy greens an…
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Milford Queensland 9.36 km
Milford’s Pam Leckie has been turning local fruit and vegetables into jams, chutneys and relishes for the past 24 years, trading under the name Pamela’s Kitchen. She had her first introduction to jam making as a child, under the instruction of her grandmother Hilda on their 10,000-hectare property outside St George. “…
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Boonah, Queensland, Australia 9.5 km
Andrew Scholl and his brother David are fifth-generation farmers, living and working on the family property in the Fassifern Valley, at the end of a road bearing the family name. Andrew and his wife, Theresa, purchased the property from Andrew’s parents sixteen years ago. The Scholls grow vegetables and herbs, which they wash and bunch…
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813 Boonah-Fassifern Rd Fassifern Valley Queensland 9.59 km
Matt and Sarah Muller are renowned in the Fassifern Valley for their brightly coloured, sweet and juicy heirloom tomatoes. While they were already growing and selling red tomatoes, Sarah was interested in growing heirloom tomatoes for their beauty and taste. To successfully grow heirlooms for a commercial market, they needed to find va…
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34 Watter Rd Kalbar Queensland 10.43 km
Narelle West is the wife of a vegetable farmer and she’s a keen cook. She takes the raw ingredients she and husband Kent grow on their farm and value-adding. With the help of local chef Jennifer Beadnell, Narelle has produced a range of natural, preservative-free relishes under the Kent’s Produce Label. She says they’…
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6728 Cunningham Highway Aratula Queensland 10.68 km
From the day Kane Lutter opened the Aratula Butcher Shop on the Cunningham Highway in 2012, he’s been busy. He does big weekend trade, with passing traffic pulling in to sample his range of fresh beef, pork and sausages. He breeds his own cattle at Tarome and Carneys Creek, and prepares the meat onsite, something which Kane says …
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2157 Lake Moogerah Road, Moogerah, Queensland, Australia 11.85 km
Robert and Melissa Dewar, who met at high school in Boonah, are based in the bushland surrounding Lake Moogerah. Robert is a third-generation beekeeper and the president of the Queensland Beekeepers Association. His parents, Laurie and Paula, who now live ‘up the hill’, started beekeeping years ago when they lived in Brisbane, and move…
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6202 Cunningham Highway Kalbar Queensland 12.2 km
Cool winters and light alluvial soil make the Fassifern Valley some of the best carrot-farming land in Australia. Meet primary producers Mick and Tracey Rieck, who grew up in the region and now run the family farming business. In the 1980s, Mick’s parents began growing carrots due to the slump in grain prices, and carrots remain the ma…
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6202 Cunningham Highway Kalbar Queensland 12.2 km
Robert Hinrichsen still remembers rising early, in the dark and bitterly cold, to pick carrots and potatoes on his family’s Aratula farm. The conditions may have been trying but Robert has fond memories of his childhood and the hours he spent riding motorbikes, playing in the creek and enjoying the clean, open space of his family…
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