Queensland’s own chemical-free, Bunya Red Farm Capers are grown in the rich fertile red soil looking out to the Bunya Mountains in South Burnett.
With our Mediterranean climate were chosen to diversify our 160 acre property. They share the land with a peanut corn crop rotation, cattle, alpacas, a veggie patch, chooks, guinea fowl, and our loved cats and dogs.
100% Queensland made.
Capers in Salt 50g – $9 +postage
Capers in Salt 100g $16 +postage
Caper Salt – $6 +postage
Caperberries – Out of Stock until December
We are just in the process of getting a brand new shopping cart – but if you would like to order in the meantime, please send us an email with your order at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: We will be on holidays until the 29th April 2018. While you are welcome to place an order, the order will not be despatched until we return. We thank you for your understanding and your order!
We also stock chef & restaurant sizes for more information please contact us.
Bunya Red Farm Capers in Salt
Queensland Grown Capers
50g & 100g packs
Bunya Red Farm Capers are handpicked, washed and salted with Australian sea salt. After curing, they are packed, ready for you to enjoy.
Great in salads, pasta, on pizza, eggs benedict, smoked salmon… imagine how capers can add that zing to your recipes – fresh and fruity, with an intensity of flavour. Yum!
Bunya Red Farm Caperberries
Queensland Grown Caperberries
Bunya Red Farm caperberries are handpicked, washed and then pickled in vinegar.
They can be used in the same way that caper are, or just served with cheese and crackers on your next antipasto platter.
~ OUT OF STOCK UNTIL DECEMBER ~
Bunya Red Farm Caper Salt
Queensland Made Caper Salt
Moist caper infused salt using our chemical-free Bunya Red Capers which are grown on our South Burnett property looking out to the Bunya Mountains.
To reduce waste, we use the leftover salt from the caper curing process and add more capers to it, grind it up and it is great on fish, chicken or even steak. Less salt going down the drain to the saltbush paddock. Win win I would say.
Use as a sprinkle, or just on anything you like!