Our region specialises in a range of produce such as extra virgin olive oil from local groves within the Wartook Valley, the northern end of the Grampians. Lentils and chickpeas are grown on the Wimmera plains and our wheat and grains are baked into local bread. Pure honey stocks the shelves of many supermarkets.
Our region produces some of the very best ultra fine merino wool in the world. One can visit Horsham’s Wool Factory to see for yourself. Mohair, beef, lamb and duck are all produced in our clean fresh country air. Horsham has many fine restaurants, hotel bistros and cafés to choose from for that special holiday dining experience.
Why not visit Norton Estate Wines or Barangaroo Boutique wines. Both have cellar doors and are nestled between the Grampians and world famous Mt Arapiles. Fine quality shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc wines at Horsham first cellar door. Norton Estate Wine's 2004 Arapiles Run Shiraz was featured in the James Halliday Top 100 wines. Barangaroo Boutique Wines signature wine is an alternative varieties called vermentino with more planned.You are invited to share the food, wine and locally grown product by discovering farm gate or produce for sale through local cafés or retail outlets.
Horsham and the region’s friendly residents have always welcomed visitors to enjoy the natural attractions of the Grampians, Little Desert and Mount Arapiles. Farmers and businesses in the region grown organic vegetables, duck and turkey, premium red and white wine, native wildflowers, cashmere wool, herbs and native trees and shrubs.
Much locally grown produce is sold in cafés and restaurants in Horsham or you might find this same product in Melbourne, Adelaide or around the world. We are proud of our locally grown produce and we enjoy sharing with our new friends.