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From farm gate to plate: Meet the characters responsible for your dinner

From farm gate to plate: Meet the characters responsible for your dinner

With its rich, volcanic red soil and perfect ratio of sunshine and rain, the Bundaberg North Burnett region has been farmed for generations, with established farming families joined by more recent additions – with more than a few characters mixed in!

Let's take a moment to chat with a few of the locals who work hard every day to keep food on tables across the country.

Feeding the nation: The delicious Bundaberg Bowl

Feeding the nation: The delicious Bundaberg Bowl

Bundaberg North Burnett is one of the largest fresh produce rich regions in Queensland. It's for that reason that the area is sometimes referred to as 'the Bundaberg Bowl', growing and producing fresh food that is served on tables right across the county and internationally.

Plan ahead for a good night's rest!

Plan ahead for a good night's rest!

Visitors to Bundaberg are spoilt for choice, with an endless array of natural wonders, exciting adventures and culinary experiences. From the adorable Mon Repos turtle hatchlings making their way down the beach, to the diversity and culinary expertise of primary producers and dining establishments, and of course the gateway to the stunning Southern Great Barrier Reef, the region has so much to offer - no matter what you're looking for.

A day out on the Hummock Farm Tour with Bundy Food Tours

A day out on the Hummock Farm Tour with Bundy Food Tours

The Hummock Farms Tour is a great way to familiarise yourself with the diversity of farms and culinary delights east of Bundaberg toward Bargara. You will travel in air-conditioned comfort through the stunning patchwork of farms to the blue coastal waters of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Visit the farms that surround the Hummock growing a range of vegetables, fruit, nuts and sugar cane. This behind the scenes tour is extremely informative with visits to several different farms and a picnic along the way prepared by Water St Kitchen, who pride themselves in using produce direct from the farmers. Sample fresh produce, collect culinary tips from your host Suzie Clarke, and find out about the local food hotspots. Suzie has 30 years' experience in food, both cooking and teaching cookery. Her passion for fresh produce has created opportunities for food producers to engage with consumers, both locals and visitors.

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