Taste of Your Region

Did you know that there are organic producers in every state and territory in Australia? From the tropics of Northern Queensland to the rolling hills of Tasmania, you’d be surprised to find that many organic businesses are right in your own backyard!

To help you discover organic producers in your region, we’ve put together a range of interactive maps for you to browse and enjoy.

While most organic farms do not allow visitors, some businesses have an onsite farm shop, cafe or wine cellar allowing you to try fresh organic produce first hand. Always check on the company’s website before you plan your visit.

Remember to share your organic finds with us on social media @budorganicclub and use the hashtag #AOAM2021

Darling Downs, Qld

The Darling Downs region is located around 1-2 hours South West of Brisbane city. Surrounding by rolling hills, luscious green grass and a more temperate climate, the Darling Downs is home to a range of organic growers who find the conditions just right for their organic produce.

Goulburn Valley, Vic

A short 1-2 hour drive North of Melbourne, the Goulburn Valley is a historic wine destination, with century-old wineries making their mark in the region. Victoria is famous for its organic dairy, eggs, fruit and wine. Organic producers love the state’s milder, more European climate, ideal for livestock, orchards and vineyards.

McLaren Vale, SA

Just 42 kilometres from Adelaide, the McLaren Vale region is home to some of Australia’s best-loved food, wine and scenery. Internationally renowned for its award-winning wineries for over a century, McLaren Vale vineyards line the landscape, across the flats and rolling hills, providing the perfect backdrop to some of the world’s finest certified organic drops.


Riverina Region, NSW

The Riverina region lies in southwest NSW and is abundant with a diverse range of organic produce. Covering over 80,500 square kilometres, this agricultural region provides ideal growing conditions for a range of products, from fresh produce and wine to cotton and textiles. A major tributary of the Murray River, the Murrumbidgee River is the third-longest river in Australia and supports the growth of one-quarter of all fruit and vegetables produced in the state.