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479 Running Creek Road Rathdowney Queensland 8.55 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 and produces…
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Rathdowney, Queensland, Australia 9.69 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 purchased…
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4 Upper Logan Road, Rathdowney, Queensland, Australia 11.33 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 vats withi…
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821 Upper Logan Road, Mount Barney, Queensland, Australia 11.49 km
Lillydale Angus Beef is a family owned and operated business run in conjunction with Lillydale Farmstay. Doug and Pam Hardgrave have been involved in beef cattle production for the last 40 years and have been exclusively engaged in Angus beef cattle production for the past 15 years. Being a small family operated business, Lillydale Ang…
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198 Seindenspinner Road Mt Barney Queensland 13.22 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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9023 Mount Lindesay Highway Tamrookum Queensland 21.84 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. In mid 2…
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2142 Kerry Road Kerry Queensland 23.49 km
This sixth-generation Scenic Rim dairy farming family has discovered there are more benefits to offering farm stays than they imagined. The Tommerups, who farm in the Lost World Valley south of Beaudesert, initially offered a farm stay as a way to introduce a new income stream. But it’s emerged as an important connection between …
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2142 Kerry Road, Kerry, Queensland, Australia 23.62 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, realised they ne…
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Milford Queensland 33.71 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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1069 Binna Burra Road, Binna Burra, Queensland, Australia 33.89 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 remnant of sub…
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45 Rymera Road, Sarabah, Queensland, Australia 34.01 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 of nuts, an…
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46 Rymera Road Canungra Queensland 34.07 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 visitors a relax…
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