Gleneden Family Farm is at 375 North Branch Road, Maryvale, between Warwick and Cunningham's Gap. Their family has been farming in Queensland since 1910. In December 2016, they moved from their family's long-held farm near Gayndah to the beautiful new property in the Southern Downs.
The Morris family of Gleneden Family Farm
Gleneden is a traditional mixed farm with many different plants and animals for food production. Their farming system produces nutritious, delicious food for local families and incorporation of the latest technologies and thinking on sustainable farming, landscape fertility regeneration and local small-scale food systems.
They also have a traditional Australian working bullock team - one of only two working teams in Queensland.
Rohan the Bullocky and his working bullocks – Pitch, Lion, Tiger, Bertie, Ernie, Toby, Colin, Rupert, Caspar, Rattler, Sandy, Rusty, Frankie, Dave and Jim
Rohan's been a bullocky for more than 20 years, starting with two calves when he was still at school. There are organised open days on weekends and during the school holidays for visitors to come and enjoy the rare spectacle of a bullocky and his team at work.
These school holidays enjoy Working Walks in the Woodland 1:30 – 4:00pm, Sunday 25th, Tuesday 27th, Thursday 29th, Wednesday 5th.
Bullock Team Training, Techniques and Tricks 1:30 – 3:30pm, Sunday 2nd.