Food and agribusiness

Gympie Gold Regional Produce

Famous for its discovery of gold in 1865, today the Gympie region is better known for the 'gold' produced above the ground.

Gympie Gold Regional Produce is a brand which aims to showcase and promote the region's exceptional range of quality, gourmet, fresh and value-added produce, as well as:

  • multi-national value-adding food companies;
  • quality exporters of fresh and processed food;
  • boutique food companies; and
  • growers and distributors of fresh, locally grown produce.

Gympie Gold Regional Produce

The Gympie Gold Regional Produce website will inspire you to: taste, create, buy, stay, play, dine, learn and connect with our growers, producers, retailers, processors, cafes and restaurants - and find out about fantastic food related events.


Agribusiness and Food Processing Industry Capability Survey

Council is working with our region’s agricultural businesses to develop opportunities which will contribute to industry growth and the creation of employment opportunities.

Feedback from industry is essential to help ensure that we are meeting their needs and delivering a high level of services.

A survey has been developed specifically for the food and agribusiness industry to determine industry capability and development with the aim to develop projects, workshops and event programs that will benefit the industry in the region, to drive growth and create sustainability.

Surveys and round-table discussions have also been undertaken in the manufacturing, education and health industries to discuss issues and opportunities facing these industries in the Gympie region and identify future opportunities for industry growth and development.

Click here to access the Agribusiness and Food Processing Industry Capability Survey, or you can request a copy or more information by contacting Council's Economic Development Unit on 1300 307 800 or


Related information

 Gympie Gold Regional Produce

Gympie Region Food Trail 5.2MB

Supporting Business and Industry in the Gympie Region