Roadside stalls let you purchase what’s in season direct from the farmer. Throughout the Lockyer Valley there are five official produce stalls you can track down.
12 Forest Hill-Fernvale Rd, Forest Hill
This attended stall is open all day from Wednesday to Sunday, just north of the Forest Hill township.
343 Grantham-Winwill Rd
This stall is mostly open seven days, with seasonal vegetables available.
1km north of Warrego Highway on Gatton-Esk Rd.
From the Warrego Highway, take the Gatton exit and follow signs to Esk to reach this attended stall. It is open seven days (weather permitting) with a wide range of produce.
1331 Gatton-Esk Rd, Spring Creek
This stall is only open weekends when fruit is in season. You’ll find avocados from June to October, mangoes from late January to mid March, custard apples from April to July and Tahitian limes from January to October.
348 Mount Sylvia Rd, Upper Tenthill
Located 10km south of Gatton, this stall is open six days (closed Thursdays) and sells a range of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables from the local area.
Getting to the Lockyer Valley is easy. The area is conveniently located less than one hour’s drive west of Brisbane, and 90 minutes from the Gold Coast.
Take home country preserves, fresh veg, local honey and more from one of the many local farmers’ markets in the Lockyer Valley region.
The Lockyer Valley region supplies produce all over the country. Nicknamed Australia’s "salad bowl", taste the fruits of the land first-hand at these restaurants, cafes and pubs.
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