386 Main Western Road, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia 0.56 km
Every Sunday morning at the Tamborine Mountain Showground, local growers gather in The Green Shed to deliver their homegrown produce. The market is run by the Tamborine Mountain Local Producers Association, a not-for-profit group of mostly mountain-dwelling retirees with one thing in common — a passion for growing organic veg
64 Alpine Terrace, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia 0.89 km
Green Lane Coffee Plantation is a café, roastery and coffee plantation on Tamborine Mountain, owned by a family of coffee growers, roasters and baristas, all of whom are smitten by the bean. The organically grown coffee trees thrive in the mountain climate, and the handpicked beans are roasted on site, and used in conjunction
609 Main Western Road Tamborine Mountain Queensland 1.21 km
Cooking in the kitchens of some of the Gold Coast’s leading restaurants allowed Terri Taylor to blend her love of cooking with her love for family. Now she shares her tips for cooking healthy meals, using in-season local ingredients, at her boutique cooking school. When her children were young, Terri found working in th
2-26 School Road, Mount Tamborine, Queensland, Australia 1.39 km
Mt Tamborine Organic Garden is a certified-organic market garden, specialising in growing gorgeous leafy greens. Agronomist and grower Adam Willson and his partner, Mayjune, have a real passion for soil — they feed the earth with quality composts and minerals, which not only means their hand-picked vegies are truly sweet and
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Tamborine Mountain Queensland 1.56 km
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. They found a farm on which they can grow the ingredients which make their beers so different
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104-144 Hartley Road Tamborine Mountain Queensland 2.73 km
Cedar Creek Estate offers a complete range of white, red and fortified wines, as well as stocking a variety of wines from eight of Queensland?s premier wineries. With lunch and Devonshire tea available daily in a variety of settings and not forgetting the GLow Worm Caves, things to do are never in short supply.
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32 Hartley Road North Tamborine Queensland 2.99 km
Our boutique winery aims to produce an extensive range of top quality wines for the discerning palate. Wine tasting at the cellar door and accommodation on the estate is also available.
North Tamborine, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia 3.32 km
In 2014 Ryan Kingsnorth returned home to his family’s eighty-acre property on Tamborine Mountain, on a secluded green shelf with wonderful views looking west over the valleys to the ridges of the Scenic Rim. When he noticed the passion the mountain community has for local food, he decided to farm free-range laying hens. His c
79 Main Western Road, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia 3.36 km
Witches Falls Winery owner and winemaker, Jon Heslop, has long had a passion for wine. While working as a wine sales representative in the early ’90s, he made a life-changing decision to become a winemaker. He packed up his family and moved from Brisbane to the Barossa Valley to begin work as a cellar hand. From the Barossa i
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165 Long Rd North Tamborine Queensland 3.61 km
The Brewery is a must visit when on Tamborine Mountain. At one end of Gallery Walk, the Brewery has a great selection of boutique beers including the Fortitude Brewing Company range of beeers brewed on site. You can order a pizza at the bar or a great selection of meals at the bistro. Try a cheese platter from the award winni
165 Long Road, Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia 3.61 km
Meredith Morris founded Witches Chase Cheese Company on Tamborine Mountain in 2004. The company was originally located on Beacon Road and named after Witches Chase, the road leading to nearby Witches Falls National Park, then re-located to Gallery Walk in 2008. Meredith proudly uses only Scenic Rim 4Real Milk to make her cow
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Main Street, Tamborine Mountain QLD, Australia 4.1 km
The Vintage Pickle Deli and Catering offers a variety of deli delights along with a catering service. Kate Raymont and her team focus on fresh, healthy and locally sourced food, with an impressive selection of gourmet delights, meat and cheeses. The Vintage Pickle Deli is in Main Street on Tamborine Mountain.
87-91 Beacon Road, North Tamborine, Queensland, Australia 4.13 km
Wander the grounds of the Tamborine Mountain Distillery and you’ll feel like you’ve stumbled upon a hidden paradise. Michael Ward, a passionate gardener, planted every tree on the property, which was once a run-down citrus and avocado orchard. With an abundance of excess fruit at their fingertips, and drawing upon Alla’s chil
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128 Long Road Eagle Heights Queensland 4.66 km
With cellar door, restaurant, and catering for weddings, functions and events, the Mt Tamborine Vineyard and Winery has everything you need conveniently located right in the middle of the famous Gallery Walk on Tamborine Mountain.
3-5 Coburg Rd, Canungra QLD 4275, Australia 6.74 km
Dale Mahony just loves to grow potatoes on his family’s farm at Canungra. His grandfather and father purchased the farm, and then built the family home in the 1940s using timber from the property and from Tamborine Mountain. Back then, farmers in the area lived on twenty-acre dairy farms and made a living from the cream they
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869 Mundoolun Connection Road Tamborine Queensland 9.4 km
Open 7 days for lunch and Friday and Saturday nights for dinner, the Albert River Wines Vineyard Restaurant features an Italian Fusion Menu. The Albert River Winery is a much sought after location for weddings and functions with a range of venues including garden gazebos, a restored chapel, historic homesteads or amongst the
2279 Beaudesert Beenleigh Rd Tamborine Queensland 10.37 km
The story of the Tamborine Dragonfruit Farm is a truly international affair. John and June Baker moved to Australia from London 40 years ago and now make their living growing a fruit that hails from the cactus family and is native to Mexico and South America. Since arriving to Australia the couple turned their hand to an asso
852 Lamington National Park Road, Canungra, Queensland, Australia 13.97 km
The O’Reilly family has pioneered ecotourism in Australia. Since 1915, the family has hosted visitors in Lamington National Park, and they opened their award-winning guest house in 1926. For over ninety years, the O’Reilly’s have welcomed travellers from around the world, offering them a chance to escape and connect with natu
1428 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont, Queensland, Australia 15.28 km
Nestled high on the lush green Beechmont plateau sits Providence Farm, with glorious views sweeping across Numinbah Valley, out to the Gold Coast and the sea. When Greg McKenzie’s parents were ready to retire, Greg and his wife, Wendy, took over the traditional dairy farm, which has been in Greg’s family since 1880. Due to de
45 Rymera Road, Sarabah, Queensland, Australia 15.75 km
In 1995 Robyn and Paul Lee moved to a property in Canungra on the foothills of the Darlington Range, and established a small macadamia orchard. They planted 500 trees, which took many months of hard labour, as the land, previously used for grazing, was entirely bare. It took five years for the trees to produce a few buckets o
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46 Rymera Road Canungra Queensland 15.92 km
Every Saturday and Sunday, Sarabah Estate Vineyard welcomes visitors onto their gorgeous grounds at the foothills of Lamington National park to enjoy the views, taste their wines and dine on the delicious dishes that are created using farm fresh produce and ingredients from local suppliers. Caudan Street Kitchen offers visito
Nindooinbah House Road, Kerry, Queensland, Australia 16.49 km
Euan and Kaye Murdoch are not afraid to take the proverbial bull by the horns. In 2005 the founders and former owners of Herron Pharmaceuticals bought Nindooinbah, a historic homestead on 3000 acres of prime grazing land in the Kerry Valley, only ten minutes from the town centre of Beaudesert. When they acquired it, the homes
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1660 Beaudesert-Boonah Road Beaudesert Queensland 20.76 km
The Overflow 1895 is a historic grazing property with 12 kilomtres of waterfrontage to picturesque Wyaralong Dam. In 2010, The Overflow Estate 1895 vineyard was established. Vermentino, Fiano, Tempranillo and Montepulciano varieties are grown on the three acre holding with 2,500 vines.
Bromelton House Road, Bromelton, Queensland, Australia 20.89 km
One morning, flicking through the pages of a local magazine, Stewart Murray and Kathy Lau spotted an advertisement that would change the course of their future. The ad was for the sale of historic Beaudesert homestead, Bromelton House. By Christmas 2013, the family had purchased the property. Bromelton House sits proudly on 3
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Kerry Queensland, Australia 22.32 km
These days, Tony and Jacky White primarily grow pumpkins and keep bees — and their raw honey is absolutely delicious. They sell their pumpkins from their farm-gate roadside stall in Kerry, on the corner of Duck Creek Road, and the honey is sold locally. The farm, originally a dairy, has been in Tony’s family for generations,
2142 Kerry Road, Kerry, Queensland, Australia 25.79 km
Tommerup’s Dairy Farm is an authentic working farm on 200 acres in the Kerry Valley, part of the Lost World region of the Scenic Rim. The farm has been in Dave Tommerup’s family since 1874, when his great great grandfather selected the land. Predominantly a small dairy farm with thirty milking cows, Dave and wife, Kay, realis
1069 Binna Burra Road, Binna Burra, Queensland, Australia 25.89 km
High above sea level on a mountain in Lamington National Park, nestled in the spectacular forest, is Binna Burra Lodge — a heritage-listed lodge, which has welcomed guests since the 1930s. Thanks to the vision of its founders, Romeo Lahey and Arthur Groom, generations of nature lovers continue to enjoy the most extensive remn
206 Saville Rd, Allenview QLD 4285, Australia 27.64 km
The Towri Sheep Cheeses property is on 300 acres of rural land at Allenview, near Beaudesert. Towri, the only accredited artisan boutique dairy and cheese room in Queensland, began life when Carolyn Davidson wanted to make cheese for her family and friends. One thing led to another and the farm grew larger than she’d anticipa
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2614 Kerry Rd, Darlington, Queensland, Australia 30.02 km
Sixth-generation cattle graziers, the Harrisons are a humble family and proud of their family name, which is recorded in the historical documents of Beaudesert, dating back to the 1800s when they first settled in the region. Fifteen years ago, they established Ladybrook Farm in Darlington, and they have restored a charming Qu
9023 Mount Lindesay Highway Tamrookum Queensland 31.2 km
When he was asked to sign a contract for returns below his cost of production, Tamrookum dairy farmer Greg Dennis knew something had to give. Rather than complain about the situation he was faced with Greg and his family put their money where their mouth is and invested $1-million in their own on-farm milk processing facility
479 Running Creek Road Rathdowney Queensland 40.81 km
When most people select beef they are concerned only with cut and price. “But cattle breeder Matthew Arkinstall of Rathdowney Blondes relies heavily on science to choose his beasts. Matthew and his family raise a breed of cattle called Blonde d’Aquitaine on their Rathdowney property. The breed hails from Europe an
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Milford Queensland 47.24 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 Georg
1544 Boonah Ipswich Road, Peak Crossing, Queensland, Australia 47.42 km
When Lev Mizikovsky built cabin accommodation on his organic vineyard at Peak Crossing, he invited Aretha Acton to come and manage the property. Aretha packed up her city life and moved on-site, where she now lives with family, including her three daughters. She is a warm host, who makes guests feel right at home. Together wi
4 Upper Logan Road, Rathdowney, Queensland, Australia 47.66 km
Lou and Matt Cheevers are the proud new owners of Rathlogan Grove, which is nestled in the foothills of Mount Maroon, only five minutes from the tiny township of Rathdowney. The olive grove was planted in 2002 and now has 1200 fully matured olive trees. The olives are picked by hand and processed on site, and placed in brine
1531 Ipswich Boonah Rd Peak Crossing, Queensland, Australia 48.37 km
Naughty Little Kids is a family-run goat dairy with a herd of around seventy adult goats and forty kids, guarded by a maremma sheepdog. The goats are free to roam the paddocks and graze on grass, and they also enjoy munching locally grown fruit and veg — especially watermelon. They love watermelon! Nathan Jackson and his pare
11 Allens Road, Peak Crossing, Queensland, Australia 48.89 km
Brothers, Tony and Nick Gibb, are the Gibb Bros, a third-generation vegetable farming business based in South East Queensland. The brothers own fertile farming land in two regions: the Fassifern Valley and the Darling Downs, near Toowoomba. The areas have very different climates, which means they can grow a consistent and qua
Boonah, Queensland, Australia 48.89 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
242 Philp Mountain Road, Running Creek, Queensland, Australia 49.08 km
High in the rainforest of the Border Ranges, looking out over the Scenic Rim, is the Lime Caviar finger lime farm owned by Ian and Margie Douglas. Ian and Margie purchased their land in 1982, initially as a home away from home when on holidays, and began planting finger lime trees nearly ten years ago. Finger limes are an anc
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Roadvale Queensland 49.12 km
Joseph and Joanne Monsour’s Roadvale garlic business is a true family affair. Joseph’s uncle provided the original seed stock. The growing method has been adapted from his Lebanese ancestors, with input from his mother Chahla. When it’s time to harvest, the couple is joined in the paddock by their daughters
58 Kulgun Road Kulgun Queensland 49.56 km
A certain serenity pervades the home and grounds of Glynn and Barbara Kelly, whose olive grove in Kulgun looks out to the mountains and the surrounding countryside. Glynn and Barbara were teachers in Brisbane before they moved to the Scenic Rim, where they purchased a rural property with the potential to earn an income. The g
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19 High Street Boonah Queensland 49.79 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 h
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198 Seindenspinner Road Mt Barney Queensland 52.72 km
From exploring the mountains and National Parks, to relaxing with a glass of wine in the comfort of your cottage, no matter how you wish to enjoy your time, Barney Creek Vineyard Cottages offers it all.
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38 North Street Harrisville Queensland 53.4 km
Paradine Estate Wines is nestled at the top of the hill at Harrisville village, overlooking the working vines and beautiful surrounds of the Scenic Rim. Taste exquisite wines in the ?Old Barn Cellar? door that has been lovingly restored with 360 degrees breathtaking views. Relax on the wonderful veranda or amongst the vines a
Harrisville, Queensland, Australia 53.61 km
Paul Roderick is a fifth-generation dairy farmer with a passion for animal welfare and great-tasting milk. With his wife, Linda, and their two boys, and with his parents just up on the hill, he lives and works on the family farm at Harrisville. Like many dairy farmers, Paul has been negatively affected by the milk wars, but h
821 Upper Logan Road, Mount Barney, Queensland, Australia 53.69 km
Doug and Pam Hardgrave have been involved in beef cattle production for forty years. They’re proud to produce grass-fed Angus beef from lovingly raised cattle using best-farming and ecologically sustainable practices, and they sell their premium natural beef direct from the farm. As well their grazing property, Pampoola, unti
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Cnr George St and Edward, St Kalbar, Queensland, Australia 55.39 km
The Arthur Clive’s Family Bakehouse in Kalbar is one of three bakeries owned by the Pennell family, who have been baking in the Scenic Rim since 1936, when Herbert Pennell purchased a bakery in Boonah. Herbert’s son, Arthur, was a baker — after whom the bakeries are named — and his son, Russell, is a baker – who you’ll find w
95 George Street Kalbar, Queensland, Australia 55.43 km
Kane Lutter worked in the meatworks for ten years, before working as a boner in a local butcher shop. He realised he enjoyed it and decided he’d like to own a butcher shop of his own. Now, he has not one, but two butcheries in the Scenic Rim. His shops — at Kalbar and Boonah — both have different clientele with one thing in c
Coochin QLD, Australia 56 km
One of the oldest pastoral homesteads in the Scenic Rim is named Coochin Coochin, meaning ‘many black swans’, because of the many black swans living on the lagoon. The land, originally inhabited by the Ugarapul people, was first selected in the 1840s when it was a rambling stretch of 120,000 acres. By the time the Bell family
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813 Boonah-Fassifern Rd Fassifern Valley Queensland 56.26 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
121 Brent Road Bunjurgen Queensland 56.48 km
David McMaugh is an interesting man with a diverse professional past. He has worked as a soldier, dentist, university professor and CEO, among other things. Following a six-week tour of Australian vineyards in 2000, he decided to establish a vineyard in the Scenic Rim. The first grapes were planted in the Bunjurgen Estate Vin
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8 Charles Chauvel Drive, Harrisville, Queensland, Australia 56.51 km
Sustainability is at the heart of Summer Land Camels. When biochemist Jeff Flood and grazier Paul Martin heard about the government’s wild camel-culling program, they put their heads together to found the largest commercial-scale camel dairy outside the Middle East. Established in 2015, their 850-acre property on the mi
229 Kooroomba Drive, Mount Alford QLD 4310, Australia 57.46 km
Kooroomba Gully is located on a family farm near the base of Mt Alford. Growing Dexter cattle, olives, fruit, vegetables and herbs in fertile volcanic soils, Caz and her team use their own seasonal chemical-free produce and source from local Scenic Rim producers to make their range of preserves, chutneys, relishes, sauces, pa
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196 FM Bells Road Mt Alford Queensland 57.68 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 Mountai
222 Lake Moogerah Road, Fassifern Valley, Queensland, Australia 58.5 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
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896-898 Reckumpilla Street, Mount Alford, Queensland, Australia 59.24 km
You’ll always receive a warm welcome at the Scenic Rim Brewery & Cafe, a family-owned and run brewery in the tiny township of Mount Alford. Mike and Wendy Webster bought the heritage-listed old general store in 2014, and opened their doors to keen locals and daytrippers in late 2016. They offer a delicious Dutch-inspired
6202 Cunningham Highway Kalbar Queensland 59.64 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 rem
6202 Cunningham Highway, Kalbar, Queensland, Austrlalia 59.64 km
Kalfresh Vegetables was founded in 1992 by Robert Hinrichsen and his father, Barry. Their vision was to unite growers under a common brand. Since then, Kalfresh has grown from a small, family-owned company into one of Queensland’s leading vegetable production companies. Rob oversees the farming operation of the company, and t
6202 Cunningham Highway, Kalbar, Queensland, Australia 59.64 km
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
606 Tarome Road, Tarome, Queensland 67.89 km
For nearly a century, the Moffatt family has tilled the rich, alluvial soil of the Fassifern Valley in Tarome to bring top-quality, fresh food to the tables of Australian families. The business is now one of the country’s largest suppliers of carrots and onions. Scott Moffatt and Company are committed to sustainable farming p
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2157 Lake Moogerah Road, Moogerah, Queensland, Australia 68.31 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
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785 Tarome Road Tarome Queensland 69.97 km
As a young man, Rob Hutchings was working as a marine biologist in the science labs at the University of Queensland when he decided to trade his lab coat for overalls and a new career outdoors. Freshwater Australian Crayfish Traders (FACT) launched in 1979, and Rob moved from Brisbane to Tarome in 1984, to a 200-acre property
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Tarome Queensland 71.1 km
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 a
Mount Mort Road, Mount Mort, Queensland, Australia 74.84 km
Troy and Vilma Stokes operate their family farm at Stokes Crossing, Mount Walker, with the help of Troy’s parents, Rob and Wendy. The Stokes are some of the most salt-of-the-earth people you’re likely to meet. Their primary crops are onions and lucerne. Most of the onions are sold through the Brisbane markets and to independe
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