Along an unassuming road in Queensland’s Darling Downs, you’ll find
2,900-hectares of gently undulating land. At the heart of the property lies a
huge natural lagoon – created, legend has it, when a meteorite crashed to
Earth – along with a creek that meanders through the pastures.
For many years the land was home to sheep, before being transformed
into an olive farm with more than 318,000 trees. These beautiful, hardy
Mediterranean evergreens now provide the shady setting for a new era at
Yallamundi – a farm that sets the standard for innovative, ethical and
sustainable egg production.