Our Beef


Pasture (Grass) Fed Beef
Pasture (Grass) Fed Beef is definitely the healthy option. It has four times more Vitamin E than Grain Fed Beef. It is marbled with high levels of Omega 3 fats (good fats) as opposed to the high levels of saturated fats found in other meats. Pasture Fed Beef also has high levels of the nutrient CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) that lowers the risk of getting cancer.

O’Connor Beef – Gippsland, VIC
Located in Gippsland Victoria, O’Connor has a reputation for quality beef. We use the O’Connor yellow, which is a quality pasture fed product, that has been aged longer, for a more complex flavour.

Havericks Dry Aged Beef
Our dry-aged beef is stored in a cooler, where a balance of time, temperature, air circulation and humidity slowly develop the flavour and tenderness of the beef. A crust forms on the outside of the loin and is trimmed away, leaving a buttery taste and nutty aroma. Grain Fed Beef Working with Cargill Foods Australia in Wagga Wagga, the cattle are raised on nutritionally balanced high energy feeds, resulting
in an export quality product graded from the top 1% of Australian Beef.

Certified Australian Angus Beef (CAAB)
CAAB is an initiative of the Angus Society of Australia, out-performing other breeds in its excellent marbling scores that result in perfect tenderness, texture, colour and taste.

Nolans Private Selection – Gympie S.E. QLD
Private Selection is Nolans’ premium brand of beef and is produced from grain finished yearling beef, renowned for superior eating quality.

Darling Downs, QLD
The Darling Downs is an ideal location that provides central access to all types of cattle across eastern and central Australia in a temperature climate. It is one of the most productive grain and growing areas in Australia.

Rangers Valley Wagyu, NSW
Rangers Valley knows how to produce premium beef that ensures consistently high eating quality by carefully controlling the key elements that affect flavour, tenderness and juiciness. Rangers Valley cattle from Northern Tablelands New South Wales are Black Angus Steers or Wagyu cross, which are selected for their superior marbling.