Bundaberg, in Queensland’s Wide Bay Burnett region, has long been regarded as one of the country’s premiere food bowls. About 70 per cent of land in the region is occupied by agriculture, providing a beautiful patchwork quilt-like view from the air. The region produces 30 different fruits, vegetables, nuts, herbs and spices, and is responsible for one fifth of Queensland’s annual sugar production. Culinary delights are grown, caught, brewed and distilled in Bundaberg year-round.
Bundaberg’s natural assets and combined collaborative efforts by growers underpin growth.
Together, we are creating a sustainable future for the local macadamia industry.
*source: Australian Macadamias, ABARES, Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetable Growers, Bundaberg Regional Council, ABS.