Charlie is Coming

The new effigy of His Majesty King Charles III is the official Commonwealth Effigy designed by The Royal Mint in London with Royal Approval. The first coin to have the King’s effigy will be the $1 coin. The coins will start appearing in banks and cash registers across the country before Christmas.

WIN $500 with Langs Gourmet

Be one of 10 lucky winners to win $500 when you buy Langs Gourmet Strawberry Jam.  

Australian made feels good

New research shows Australians’ preference for Australian-made goods hasn’t wavered. The data collected by Australian market research company, Roy Morgan, found that more than four in five (86%) Australians say buying Australian-made products is important to them. While very few people, only 2%, said buying Australian-made wasn’t important to them. Most Australians (67%) stated in […]

Believe it – or not

The BBQ has been credited as important as computers and technology for the development of man kind- read full article here–

Summer issue Buy Australian eMagazine-FREE TO READ

The Summer issue of Buy Australian eMagazines is out now and FREE to read. Recipes- Back to school ideas- In Season- White Strawberries – Pets and lots, lots more, all FREE to read, just chick here- read now


Pink and White Strawberries grown in Australia   With their distinctive pina colada flavour, pink and white strawberries have been purpose-bred by Queensland’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, in collaboration with its research partner Hort Innovation, to give strawberry lovers more variety. Read more here –  

United States, Canada and China the biggest investors in Australian agriculture in 2020-21

The Foreign Investment Review Board have released their 2020-21 annual report, detailing which countries spend the most on our agricultural assets. The United States and Canada have continued their love affair with Australian agriculture, topping the table as the nation’s largest foreign investors in the 2020-21 financial year. The United States sits at the top […]

More Chinese-owned land reverts to Australian Ownership

Chinese selling Australian farms

A 634,000ha premier cattle station in Western Australia’s Pilbara region has been bought by one of Australia’s richest families for at least $32m. One of Western Australia’s largest cattle stations will return to Australian ownership after billionaires Andrew and Nicola Forrest   their intention to purchase the property for $32m-plus. Balfour Downs pastoral station, which […]