Spend the morning or afternoon at Malabar Farm - the home of Gippsland Food Adventures. Paul and Jenny O'Sullivan open the gates to their family farm of 640 hectares, running 1,000 cattle and 5,500 sheep, near Walkerville.
Experience how premium grass fed beef and lamb is produced in an environmentally sensitive way. Get close to the animals, fattened on lush pastures and explore the protected native bush.
Gippsland Food Adventures want you to have fun while learning about the impacts of breeding, feeding and handling on the quality of your steaks, and understand where different cuts of meat come from and why they need different cooking methods. The tour will cover all aspects of the meat industry from production to processing.
The tour will include paddock driving, a bush walk and livestock inspections in sheep yards, so appropriate clothing and footwear need to be worn. The adventure finishes with lunch and Gippsland wine.
Gippsland Food Adventures takes you off the beaten track to give you a true taste of Gippsland. Small group tours of four to ten people venturing beyond the farm gate to meet the farmers, hear the stories and feel the passion behind some of Gippsland's finest produce.
The travel menu features farms producing free-range beef and lamb, olive oil and cool climate wines. Hosts Jenny and Paul offer half or full day food adventures that are full of fun, interesting information and delicious tastings. Each food adventure includes transport and a specially catered lunch and morning tea featuring quality Gippsland produce.
Discover the raw beauty of this region with the uplifting experience of food, stories, scenic coast and countryside. Choose the food adventure that will tantalises your taste buds.
The Tarwin Valley Adventure - a full-day food extravaganza celebrating the region's Mediterranean flavour. Visit a beef and sheep farm, as well as an award-winning olive grove and vineyard.
The Malabar Adventure - this entertaining and educational half-day tour is designed to guests where and how their food is grown. The tour visits a beef and sheep property. Finishing with a lovely meal of Gippsland produce.
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