Winter Harvest Festival

Experience Winter Harvest Festival in all its glory as it relocates to the picturesque country town of Kalbar. It’s the essence of Eat Local Month in one unforgettable, flavour-filled day!

Event Details:

Date: Saturday 29 June
Venue: George Street, Kalbar
Times: 10am – 4pm

Come join us for a spectacular celebration of the Scenic Rim’s bountiful harvest at the Winter Harvest Festival! Immerse yourself in a day filled with delectable flavours and authentic experiences straight from the heart of our region.

2024 Stallholder List

With over 60 passionate growers, producers and artisans showcasing their finest offerings, this festival promises an unforgettable foodie adventure. Engage in lively conversations with the very people who cultivate and craft the delicious fare that defines our region. From farm-fresh produce to handcrafted creations, there’s something to delight every palate and preference.

Indulge your senses as you sip and savour the rich variety of wines, cheeses, meats, and more, all lovingly crafted right here in the Scenic Rim. Whether you’re seeking to stock your pantry with local treasures or simply revel in the joy of authentic flavours, this festival invites you to connect directly with the heartbeat of our community.

Discover the current lineup of stallholders below and start planning your ultimate Winter Harvest Festival experience.

Fresh Seasonal Produce

  • Forgotten Sound Farm – seasonal organic produce such as broccoli, cabbage, spring onions, radish, beets, carrots, silverbeet & organic flower bunches.
  • Harry’s Paddock – produce and potted herbs and vegetables.
  • Moffatt Fresh Produce – local, fresh produce, carrot ice-cream, chutney and fudge.
  • Scenic Rim Farm Box – meet the fabulous Scenic Rim Farm Box team face to face and find out more about the Scenic Rim home delivery food service. Fresh produce from Kalfresh will be available for purchase.
  • Valley Pride Produce – fresh farm seasonal vegetables and homemade products crafted from farm grown produce including  jams, chutneys, banana breads, jams, pickles, relish and infused beetroots.

Meat

  • The Butcher Co – visit their shopfront within the event footprint for local beef, lamb, pork and chicken. 
  • Tommerup’s Dairy Farm – milk-fed pork, cured meats – bacon, ham, kabana, and rose veal.

Dairy

  • Summer Land Camels – cheese and charcuterie packs and skincare products.
  • Tommerup’s Dairy Farm – Jersey Girl creamery products including butter, cream, creme fraiche, yoghurt, cream top milk, ice creams, milk-fed pork, cured meats – bacon, ham, kabana, rose veal, pastured eggs as well as Harry’s Paddock produce and potted herbs and vegetables.
  • Towri Sheep Cheeses – sheep cheese and sheep milk soaps.
  • Ungermann Brothers Gourmet Ice Cream – handmade and created from natural fruits and flavours.

Flowers, Herbs & Plans

  • Comfrey Co. Boonah – locally grown and made comfrey salves.
  • Elderflower Farm – their famous fresh farm flowers, plus their wonderful products including flower sprinkles, Floripops, flower field honey and honeycomb, seed bombs, bath salts, flower seeds and edible flowers.
  • Farm Emporium – a herb and spice grower providing fresh, dried and apothecary remedies, teas and skin care products.
  • Sunflowers on Kents – bunches of locally grown sunflowers.

Condiments & Specialty Sauces

  • Chef Dylan’s Gourmet Food Co. – seasonings and small batch sauces created on Tamborine Mountain using fresh local ingredients sourced direct wherever possible.
  • Flutterby Gourmet Creations – artisan preserves such as jams, chutneys, relishes, pickles, sauces, syrups and salt mixes – all gluten and preservative free.
  • Mrs Frost’s Kitchen – a range of delicious pantry goodies including jams, honey, sauces and chutney.
  • Scenic Rim Food Co. – a selection of olive oils, chef butters, local honey, and ready made meals to take home.
  • Sunflowers on Kents – a range of beetroot condiments, sliced bottled beetroot, vegetable powders, beetroot chocolates, and fresh vegetables.
  • Truffle Discovery Centre – truffle infused condiments – oils, balsamics, aioli, mustard, butter, sauces, salt and seasonings. Non truffle gourmet condiments – jams, chutneys, reslishes, balsamics and sauces. Fresh, frozen and freeze dried truffles also available.
  • Vanbery Jam Co – rosella products including jam, paste, syrup, coulis and tea.
  • Wilde Foods – pickled warrgal greens, pickled warrigal greens & macadamia nut pesto, davidson’s plum spicy sauce, dukkah and pepperberry & wattleseed rub.

Pantry Staples

  • Bee All Natural – raw honey, creamed honey, infused creamed honey, honey based bath, body and beauty products.
  • Christmas Creek Produce – dried citrus and salt products.
  • Oaky Creek Farm – a range of products made from farm grown produce including garlic salts, rubs and sauces.
  • Scenic Rim Lavender – all things lavender – teas, honey, jam, marmalade, syrup, cakes as well as soaps, oil and lotions.
  • Tracey’s Tucker Bag – artisan meal bag made with a selection of spices, beans, rice and lentils in a coloured sands style. Great for the slow cooker, camp oven and stove top.

Sweet Treats

  • Areleah Chocolates – Rocky Road, fudge, peanut brittle, coconut ice, rainbow jellies, freckles and more.
  • Chokola’j – small batch chocolate and confectionery using locally sourced produce – roasted macadamia and lemon myrtle chocolate bars, Dried Olive chocolate bars, honeycomb, macadamia brittle.

Locally Produced Provisions

  • Moshki – crochet baskets, tote bags, jute lanterns, tea towels and washcloths, reusable tea bags, and natural decor which brings a warm feeling to your home.
  • My Country Escape – selling picnic baskets, blankets, hats and a range of local produce including jams, pickles, relishes, olives, lollies, chocolates and seeds. Lydia’s Garden will have pitted colour and dried flower wreaths available as well.
  • My Mountain Farm – with a range of luxurious goat milk soaps, bath salts and milks including red wine bath salts infused with wine from Barney Creek Vineyard, and lavender products.
  • Pair Me With You – handmade soy candles, Diffusers, natural Soap bars, bath bombs, bath soak, bath & body products, lip balms all made from locally sourced produce.

Ready to Eat & Drink Food Vendors

  • 2m8’s BBQ – American style BBQ including brisket, pulled pork, baby back ribs as well as rubs and sauces.
  • Cuppa-licious – coffee, tea, chai, hot chocolate, iced latte and milkshakes.
  • Dosa Delish – crispy savoury Indian pancakes with spicy potato masala, zingy samba sauce and coconut chutney and spiced golden chai tea. All gluten free, dairy free and vegan friendly.
  • Embers Wood Fire Dining – premium Scenic Rim produce prepared over wood fire.
  • Fire N Dough Wood Fired Pizza – Freshly made wood fired pizza using local ingredient toppings.
  • Kalfresh – BBQ’d Sweet Corn.
  • Moda Tapas Brasa Bar – delicious Spanish paella featuring Scenic Rim produce prepared by Scenic Rim Ambassador chef Javier Codina.
  • The Butcher Co – beef sliders, sausage on a stick (various flavours).

Wineries, Craft Brewers & Distillers

Kalbar Businesses to Explore

  • 2m8’s BBQ – low and slow American style smoked barbeque menu
  • Country Soul Collective – cafe where you can enjoy a coffee and freshly made treats using local ingredients
  • Kalbar Country Bakehouse – all your baked good needs including breads and sweet goods
  • Kalbar Pharmacy – all your health care needs
  • Kalbar Traders – new, old and upcycled & vintage homewares
  • Lovett at Kalbar – cafe serving coffee and homemade baked goods and pies offering a menu of All Day Breakfast and Lunch options.
  • Nanny Lou’s Lane – stunning ladies fashion, beautiful hand made crafts and gifts, baby and toddler fashion and accessories, jewellery and more.
  • Royal Hotel Kalbar – your classic country pub offering a perfect combination of classic Australian pub offerings
  • SPAR Express Kalbar Supermarket – all your grocery needs
  • The Butcher Co – all your meat needs from local suppliers
  • The Emporium – an old-fashioned general stall with a range of beautiful homewares, gardenware, jewellery, art, clothing and skincare.

 Stallholder applications for the 2025 Winter Harvest Festival will open in late January 2024.