The Scenic Rim is again inviting the city to the country to enjoy a day out while supporting local farmers at their upcoming Spring Farm Gate Trail this Saturday from 9-3pm.
A group of passionate Scenic Rim locals and primary producers will give visitors a taste of the Scenic Rim including the chance to see 80,000 sunflowers in bloom.
Featuring the biggest line up yet of 24 farms, visitors will get the chance to stock the empty esky while they're getting to know where their food comes from.
From fresh produce from the Scenic Rim Farm Shop, cuddles with lambs, selfies in the Sunflower fields, stocking up on artisan dairy products to beer tasting, visitors will leave with full stomachs and a love for the Scenic Rim region.
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Kay Tommerup from Tommerup's Dairy Farm is keen for visitors to stop by and enjoy an authentic farm experience.
"The region has been deeply impacted by the ongoing lockdowns, but that community support makes all the difference in keeping spirits high and the Farm Gate Trail is a great way for people to get a taste of the Scenic Rim while supporting our farmers and small businesses," she said.
The 24 farmers and small producers opening their gates include Summer Land Camels, Scenic Rim Farm Shop, Coco and Myrtle, Scenic Rim Mushrooms, Scenic Rim Brewery, Bunjurgen Estate, Running Creek Beef, Olive View Estate, Towri Sheep Cheeses, Scenic Rim Flower Farm, Tommerup's Dairy Farm, Bee All Natural Honey, Sarabah Estate Vineyard, O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyard, Mountview Alpacas, Pretty Produce, Witches Falls Winery, Christmas Creek Garlic, White's Farm, The Overflow Estate 1895, Ladybrook Farm, Greenlee Farm, Tamborine Mountain Distillery and Cauldron Distillery.
Visitors can download their own map and pick the stops they'd like to visit by visiting www.destinationscenicrim.com.
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