The region specialises in a range of produce offering olives and olive oil, wool, lamb, lentils, chickpeas, turkey, fruit and vegetables, wildflowers, wine, soap and more.
The Wartook Valley region of the Grampians is renowned for its Mediterranean vibes rich in olives, oils, capers and wines, native wildflowers, artist studios, therapeutic soap and relaxing getaways.
Further north into the Wimmera plains, lentils and chickpeas are grown. The Wimmera wheat and grains are baked into local breads and pure honey caters for the sweet tooth.
Beef, lamb, turkey and duck are all produced in the region, and may be found at restaurants, hotel bistros and cafes.
These include Indian, Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Mexican, Italian cuisine as well as traditional Aussie favourites.
Farmers and businesses throughout the region grow quality organic vegetables, premium red and white wines, native wildflowers, trees and shrubs. Come along and experience a little taste of the Horsham's regional local produce for yourself !
You are invited to share the food, wine and locally grown products by discovering farm gate or produce for sale at local cafes or retail outlets. Let your tastebuds lead the way.
Call into the Horsham and Grampians Visitor Information Centre you will find an array of local produce for sale, let the centre staff guide you through the selection.
Experience locally grown produce in its natural surroundings or venture into local cafes and restaurants for retail sale. Or you never know, you might just find the same product in Melbourne, Adelaide or around the world.