Known for its abundance of local produce, the Scenic Rim is a foodie paradise.
It’s home to beef and dairy farms, wineries, bespoke cooking classes, charming cafes, gourmet restaurants and much more. Each year the region celebrates its food and agriculture at Eat Local Week.
The Scenic Rim has a long history with agriculture. Some farms in the area date back to the 1800s and have maintained their history and traditions, while moving forward in the industry and continuing to provide top quality produce.
The Scenic Rim loves to celebrate its local produce, whether it’s a stall at the markets, local ingredients being used at nearby cafes and restaurants, craft beer being brewed locally or being able to buy directly from the source at a farm shop, it’s a region proud of its agriculture.
Whether you prefer fine dining or a BBQ with friends, you’ll be spoilt for choice when choosing what to taste in the Scenic Rim.
For true paddock to palate, try Tommerup’s Dairy Farm produce directly from their farm shop. They produce small batches from their creamery including butter, cream and ice cream, along with their farm’s veal, pork, bacon and ham. Greenlee Cottages are set on a Macadamia orchard and not only do they offer macadamias, but local honey.
Scenic Rim Olives is a boutique olive grove near Boonah, who grow a variety of different olives for olive oil and table olives.
Don’t miss the grass-fed beef and speciality pies from Running Creek Beef when you’re visiting, or you can get it delivered to your door when you’re back home.