START PLANNING YOUR WINTER HOLIDAYS…
Get off the couch, get in the car, and get visiting some of
best dairy regions to taste some great Aussie cheese!
NT and QLD Cheese Tour
A. Witches Chase Cheese Co, North Tamborine
B. Barambah Organics, Oxley
C. Olympus Cheese, Coorparoo
D. Fromart, Ilkley
E. Gallo Dairyland, Atherton tablelands
F. Beatrice Buffalo, Humpty Doo (Northern Territory)
View and use our mapped NT & QLD Cheese Tour via Google Maps
A. Kytren Goats Cheese, Gidgegannup
B. Ha Ve Harvey Cheese, Wokalup
C. Cambray Sheep Cheese, Nannup
D. Over The Moon Organics, Albany
View and use our mapped WA Cheese Tour via Google Maps
A. Barossa Valley Cheese Co. Barossa Valley
B. Woodside Cheese Wrights, Woodside
C. Divine Dairy, Lobethal
D. Udder Delights, Adelaide Hills
E. B.-d Farm Paris Creek, Paris Creek
F. Alexandrina Cheese, Fleurieu Peninsula
View and use our mapped SA Cheese Tour via Google Maps
A. Tongola Goat Products, Huon Valley
B. Gradvewe Cheeses, Birchs Bay
C. Bruny Island Cheese, Bruny Island
D. Pyengana Dairy, Pyengana
E. Elgaar Farm, Deloraine
F. Ashgrove Cheese, Elizabeth Town
View and use our mapped TAS Cheese Tour via Google Maps
A. RedHill Cheese, Redhill
B. Berry’s Creek, Gippsland
C. Maffra Cheese Co. Maffra
D. Tarago River Cheese, Gippsland
E. Yarra Valley Dairy, Yarra Valley
F. Vannella Cheese, Thomastown
G. That’s Amore Cheese – Melbourne
H. Milawa Cheese Co. Milawa
I. Locheilan Farmhouse Cheese, Murray
J. Holy Goat Cheese, Sutton Grange
K. Meredith Dairy, Meredith
L. L’Artisan Cheese, Timboon
M. Shaw River, Yambuck
View and use our mapped VIC Cheese Tour via Google Maps
New South Wales is Australia’s most populous state and is recognised by the NSW Government Department of Primary Industries as the dairy state with the most regional differences of any Australian state.
There is no greater showcase of these regional differences then in the increasing number, variety of style and quality of boutique, farmhouse cheese; largely produced and sold through local networks of farmers markets and restaurants.
Australia had no goats, cows, sheep or buffalo until white settlement in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip sailed into Sydney Harbour and off loaded from the First Fleet boats limited livestock for milk and meat.
He did so straight onto the sandbank that is today famously known as Bennelong Point; originally called Cattle Point, as the cattle were held there in make shift enclosures. This sandbank has been built up and is now home to the Opera House.
Unbeknown to many, Sydney Harbour NSW has this rich history in Australia’s milk and cheese industry.
It was at this time in Australia’s history and from this exact region, now known as NSW, that our nations dairy industry in general and cheese industry specifically commenced.
Continued exploration and migration of people and livestock by ship down Australia’s east coast is how our dairy and cheese industry migrated to other regions.
Ideal dairy farming regions were discovered by settlers today known as VIC, TAS and SA where the majority of Australia’s dairy output comes.
Here are our suggestions for The NSW Cheese Tour :
A. Paesanella Cheese, Marrickville
B. Pecora Dairy, Robertson
C. Small Cow Farm, Moss Vale
D. Highland Organics, Southern Highlands, Moss Vale
E. Bodalla Dairy Shed, Bodalla
F. ABC Cheese Factory, Tilba
G. Hobbit Farm, Barry Way Jindabyne
H. Second Mouse Cheese Company, Orange
I. Jannei, Lidsdale
J. Leaning Oak Mudgee, Leaning Oak Winery & Dairy Mudgee
K. Hunter Belle, Muswellbrook
L. Bangalow Cheese Co, Byron Bay
M. Marrook Farm, Manning Valley
N. Binnorie Dairy, Hunter Valley
O. Willowbrae Cheese, Wilberforce
View and use our mapped NSW Cheese Tour via Google Maps