Agritourism estimated to be worth $4.5 billion to Queensland's economy by 2030

By Allan Dingle, Qff President
December 19 2021 - 10:00pm
Agritourism allows farmers to showcase their beautiful and highly diverse natural environment while providing an opportunity to supplement their income and market their produce through alternative channels. Shutterstock/Silken Photography

From roadside produce stalls and wine regions to educational experiences and farm stay accommodation, regional and rural Queensland is abounding with authentic agritourism experiences.



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