Ever wondered where your veggies come from? 

Nestled in the picturesque Lockyer Valley, referred to as one of the "Top Ten Most Fertile Farming Areas in the World," our region boasts luscious dark alluvial soil and a climate that's practically a symphony for agricultural innovation. It's no wonder we're the proud growers of an award-winning array of fruits and veggies that have earned us the title of "Australia's salad bowl."  

Vibrant fields stretching as far as the eye can see, cultivating the most diverse commercial range of vegetables and fruits across Australia. The Lockyer Valley has become synonymous with quality produce, with over $250 million worth finding its way into kitchens across Australia annually. Chances are, whether you're in the hustle and bustle of a major city or a quaint suburban town, you've indulged in the goodness of Lockyer Valley's finest right at your local grocery store.

What do we grow?

Carrots, potatoes, brassica, cabbage, broccoli, pumpkins, corn, and beans—these are just a taste of the bountiful harvest we share with the nation. Take a stroll through our verdant landscapes, and you might just stumble upon farms cultivating exotic delights like okra, snake beans, baby fennel, figs, and broccolini. 

As you navigate the scenic roads of Lockyer Valley, don't be surprised if you encounter charming roadside stalls brimming with the freshest picks of the season. Imagine hand-selecting your vegetables straight from the farm, a farm-to-fork experience that embodies the essence of our agricultural haven. 


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