Sunshine Coast | 131 Browns Rd, Belli Park QLD 4562

Our farm is beautiful

Come and see us – open times below

We are certified organic growers

of feijoas on the Sunshine Coast


Cook or eat fresh, sweet or savoury


Welcome To Hinterland Feijoas, Australia’s First Certified Organic Feijoa Growers

Our feijoa journey started in 2007 when we started planting a hectare of our Sunshine Coast hinterland farm with around 800 feijoa trees. We chose feijoas because we love eating them and wanted to bring a new healthy new taste to Australia. Luckily we found lots of other feijoa lovers along the way and we now sell our luscious tree-ripened organic fruit from our farm gate in March each year.

We also have a farm shop and serve organic tea, coffee and cakes during our feijoa season. The rest of the year we host lots of lovely long-lunches and special events, so keep an eye on social media for all the latest.

                        Thank you for dropping in to our piece of paradise and see you soon,

                     Sally and Peter

Farm  Open Times:

We are sorry to stay we are closed until the Covid-19 crisis is over. 

When we are open again we have a farm shop, and serve organic teas, coffee and cakes!

Pre-booked long-lunches with farm tours available for 15-30 people throughout the year. $50 ph.

fresh organic feijoas straight from the tree

Sub-tropical fruit

Feijoas originated in the forests of South America and are fragrant smooth-skinned green sub- tropical tree fruit that have creamy sweet jelly centres. They are part of the Myrtle family, which includes other fragrant plants such as eucalyptus, allspice, guavas, and cloves. Their distinctive complex flavour has been likened to a mix of strawberries, pineapple and guavas, with undertones of quince, lemon and mint. The unique complexity and fragrance of the feijoa is the reason they are so versatile and addictive, with uses ranging from just munching them by the dozen to making beautiful perfumes.

Farm Open Times, Tours and Group Bookings

Our farm is no longer open this year sorry!  When we are open we serve organic teas, coffees and cakes, based on whatever crop we are harvesting at the time! If you’d like to join our mailing list we send out a note each year when we start picking, and how to order.

Throughout the rest of the year we take private bookings for 15-30 people and serve an amazing organic long-lunch, with a farm tour. We can answer all your questions about growing sustainable food, and can cater for any food preferences, including GAPS, Paleo, Vegan, or maybe you dont like mushrooms 🙂  These lunches are BYO and start at $50 per head. 

We welcome  group bookings from any interested parties, including clubs. We can tailor an event to suit your group’s needs. Contact us to book a time. 

Huge in New Zealand

In New Zealand Feijoas are a major horticultural industry and most homes have a feijoa tree in their back yard, so if you are a Kiwi you’ll know all this … just skip to the bit at the end about how to buy them….
Aussies pronounce the fruit as “FAY-Jo-ahs”, Kiwis say “FEE-Jo-ahs”, but its really a sexy Latin word that should sound something like “ f-JSHO-as” with a husky voice!


Feijoas are an extremely versatile fruit with very little wastage, being scooped out and eaten as fresh fruit and in fruit salads, used in juices, smoothies and ice creams, wines and vodkas, jams and chutneys, salads, in savoury dishes, salsas and especially in baking.  They are also easily frozen for future use, and are even used in perfumes and skin care ranges. The question should really be “What can’t you do with a feijoa??”.


Feijoas are prized around the world as a super- food because they are high in Vitamin C, minerals, fibre, and antioxidants. One feijoa is estimated to provide a quarter of your daily fibre needs, with the part-grainy texture cleaning as it goes. They are amongst the most alkaline foods available, helping to balance the ph of the body, plus a great source of potassium, vital for regulating blood pressure. Feijoas have been named as the best fruit to take during pregnancy as they also contain folates and iodine plus the all important fibre. Feijoas have been used in natural skin care ranges and teas for these healing qualities.  Other than that they taste fantastic and one is never enough!

Organic – No Chemicals

We love farming and are committed to sustainable farming practices. We grow all our fruit and vegetables using biological farming best practices and their whole farm is organic.No synthetic chemicals are used on the fruit, and visitors are welcome at their farm. You can taste the goodness in our fruit!

Feijoa Gourmet Goodies

Hinterland Feijoas produces a range of gourmet feijoa products, for sale here on our website, at our farm shop, and at selected retailers around Australia. All our products are preservative free, and are hand-made with our own fresh organic fruit. At the moment we have two jams, a chutney, and a balsamic glaze, and we make seasonal specials like zucchini pickles when we have spare harvest.

What’s happening on the farm now?

We are deep into preparation for the fresh fruit season ahead! 

Keep checking our website for updates on stockists and new products, and join our mailing list if you’d like to be notified when the fruit is ready.

We hope you enjoy eating our feijoas as much as we enjoyed growing them.

Sally and Peter.


Sally’s Tedx Talk – May 2015

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We have been humbled to have recieved many awards over the years, and had the support of media, chefs, Slow Food, and our local community.

2012 Winner Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business Awards.

2013 Winner Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business Awards

2014 Australian Delegates at Slow Food’s International Conference, Italy.

2014 Winner Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business Awards

2014 Winner Sunshine Coast Business Sustainability Award

 2015 Speaker TedxNoosa

2015 Inductees Sunshine Coast Business Awards Hall of Fame

2017/18/19 Slow Food International Snail of Approval recipients

2018 Finalists in the state delicious produce awards


SBS Destinations Flavours Down Under with Adam Liaw

Queensland Weekender

Sunshine Coast Daily

In Noosa Magazine

How long until we have feijoas??