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Pottique Lavender Farm

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by Jessica McGrath (subscribe)
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Published May 6th 2018
The largest lavender shop in Australia
Lavender fields adjourn the outside of the grand house and sheds making up the Pottique Lavender Farm.

This farm in Coolabunia, just outside Kingaroy, boasts the largest lavender shop in Australia with their warehouse bursting with lavender products, with the majority of these made onsite.

Lavender Farm
Pottique Lavender Farm

The front shop is filled with antiques, handmade treasures and toys to entice wanderers of all ages.

The back rustic shed however, is an even bigger maze, filled with dried lavender, lavender jams, oil, chutney, teddies, soaps and more antique wares.

This hosts the cellar with a selection of South Burnett wines, lavender liquer and Pottique's famous lavender syrup, useful in every situation, from the accompaniment for tea or ice-cream to relieving headaches.

Pottique is passionate out the South Burnett region and therefore their wine labels feature local history and the gift cards are printed by Pottique onsite to create a unique experience for customers.

Lavender enthusiasts may wander the fields and collect their own lavender bunch in the farm's baskets.

The Pottique cafe serves up their speciality of lavender Devonshire tea, served with lavender scones.

The cafe also serves a variety of delicious food from toasted sandwiches, pies, cheese platters and ice cream.

Lavender tea
Lavender tea and toasted sandwiches at the Pottique Lavender Farm cafe.

There are seating options for the cafe to suit every person and type of weather, with seats inside and tables and chairs outside in the beautifully kept country gardens on the grounds.

There is no entry cost to visit the farm and wander through the fields, the antique warehouse or to enjoy the gardens.

Pottique was established in 1981 selling handmade pottery and antiques imported from the United Kingdom before the lavender farm and shop was added in 1996.

Pottique Lavender Farm is a must-see stop for tourists, coming through the South Burnett region, to Kingaroy, the peanut capital of Australia, or the Bunya Mountains.
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Why? To relax, explore and take in the sights and scents of the lavender.
When: Wednesday to Sunday; 10am to 4.30pm
Phone: 07 4162 2781
Where: 15645 D'Aguilar Highway (Kingaroy/Nanango Highway) Kingaroy Queensland 4610 Australia
Cost: No entry cost. Products and cafe items vary in price.
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