Hinterland Feijoas

Myrtle

Last weekend we visited this absolutely delightful spot tucked away in the Noosa Hinterland. In partnership with our other bus business Noosa Hinterland Tours, we wanted to see how we could incorporate the farm onto some of our tours and itineraries. We popped in on Saturday and spent some time visiting the furry residents of the venue including 2 x goats, 2 x sheep, 2 x ponies, Buddy the dog, and of course the guinea-fowl picking their way through the orchards.

We had a delicious lunch which included a slow cooked pulled pork brioche roll with fresh slaw, a pork and feijoa sausage roll, and and a vegan shepherds pie with the most amazing blend of spices. We couldn’t resist leaving without a taste of the chocolate and feijoa cake as well as a fresh hot scone – all in all a very indulgent experience and oh so tasty.

There is a great farm shop stocking local produce as well as feijoa jams and chutneys. Sadly the fruit itself has quite a short season so the best time to try it in its fresh form is March/April, however there is no shortage of feijoa related products to get a taste for this very unique fruit.

Peter and Sally are such gracious hosts who open up their property every Saturday for visitors to have a really unique hinterland experience. We look forward to visiting them again and being able to take some of our guests to also experience the great work they are doing for the region.

24th September, 2017

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