ABOUT THE REGION

PRODUCING REGIONS

Far North Queensland, Byron Bay hinterland

HARVEST

April - May Mid North Coast September - October Far North Queensland

Australia began growing coffee in 1880 and for a short time was actually self sufficient before farmers turned to sugar cane production in the 1920's. The industry re-started in the 1980's and is gaining worldwide reputation in the speciality sector.

Coffee today in best known from the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales and the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland. Extensive work by a number of government and agricultural bodies has meant the development of hybrids such K7 and SL6 specifically for the Australian environment

2017 Season coffees are expected in early December

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ORIGIN PROFILE

  • CapitalCanberra
  • Area7,704,000 sq. km.
  • Population24,113,573
  • LanguageEnglish
  • CurrencyDollar
  • Annual
    Production
    Up to 600 tonnes
  • Coffee Producing
    Area
    Northern New South Wales, South East Queensland
  • Producing
    Regions
    Far North Queensland, Byron Bay hinterland
  • Coffee VarietalsTypica, Mundo Novo, Bourbon, K7, SL6
  • TerrainLow plateau, fertile plains in southeast and desert areas
  • Altitude200 - 400 MASL, some areas up to 900 MASL
  • SoilVaried
  • ProcessingNatural, Honey, Fully washed

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