Regional Platters is an agricultural trail guide designed to connect producers in the central west with a range of markets including the group visitor market, investors and special interest groups. 

From the cotton and wool we wear, to the juices and wine we drink, to the fruits and meats we enjoy; our farmers are throwing open the farm gates to share the story of their products through an exciting new program.

Narromine Region - Regional Platters Businesses

Auscott Limited

About Us

Auscott Limited was founded in 1963 by Californian company, J.G. Boswell. Auscott pioneered the cotton industry in Australia and today is one of Australia’s leading grower-processors of cotton. A visit to Auscott Trangie Cotton Gin organised by Trangie Caravan Park is a high technology tour of a working cotton farm and gin where you’ll discover how cotton is grown on the farm and then early stage processed. The gin is equipped with state-of-the-art automated and computerised process control equipment that creates an efficient chain from module production to product export.

What we specialise in

Auscott Limited operates a number of efficient, well-maintained and modern ginning facilities and is one of Australia’s leading grower-processors of cotton. The ginning facilities are maintained and operated to high standards with Auscott gins supported by their own classing facility that provides constant feedback of ginning results which are worldclass. All tours are to be arranged.

Best time to visit

Open April - July. Bookings are essential. Please contact us for full details on tour rates and minimum group numbers.

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Hamilton’s Pride

About Us

Hamilton’s Pride is a fourth-generation family-owned farming business producing home-grown premium pastured eggs. Following ethical, chemical-free and holistic farming practices they work to regenerate the landscape while ensuring their animals receive the best care. Hamilton’s Pride animals are rotationally grazed over thousands of hectares of pastures where they can exhibit natural behaviours in a low-stress environment. Their great tasting pastured eggs are highly-sought after by top chefs throughout the region and in the Sydney market.

What we specialise in

Hamilton’s Pride animals are raised within a fully holistic system which allows carbon from the atmosphere to be placed back in the soil. Hamilton’s Pride customers are contributing to the climate change solution while enjoying great tasting pastured eggs naturally high in omega-3.

Best time to visit

Bookings are essential. Please contact us for full details on tour rates and minimum group numbers.

For bookings and enquiries
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Mumble Peg

About Us

Nestled on the banks of the Macquarie River, third generation farmer Trevor Roberts runs Mumble Peg with his sons Trevor and Lachlan. Since 1910, Mumble Peg has specialised in dry land and irrigated cropping, livestock and citrus production. Citrus commenced at an early stage, using best practice for a low chemical orchard and as a result produces quality oranges and mandarins. Mumble Peg seeks to imbue their products with the principles of authenticity and simplicity.

What we specialise in

Mumble Peg produces juicy oranges and freshly squeezed orange juice with no additives on farm in their citrus packing shed. From their kitchen to yours and proudly local, just one taste of Mumble Peg produce and you too will experience the taste of a true homegrown, quality product.

Best time to visit

Open year round. Best time to visit is Summer or Winter. Bookings are essential. Please contact us for full details on tour rates and minimum group numbers.

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Waverleigh

About Us

Cotton is everywhere you look – we wear it, cook with it and sleep in it, so why not discover how cotton is grown and how a working cotton farm operates at Waverleigh in Narromine? With over 150-years of farming heritage in the area, this familyowned business will demonstrate the astonishing technological advances that have occurred in the cotton industry to create the clothes we wear today. While you’re there see a handbuilt four seat RV10 aircraft made by the farmer and enjoy country scones with locally harvested raw honey from the farm.

What we specialise in

One hundred and fifty years of farming heritage to best practice modern cotton growing, the Elder family will share the secrets behind their successful cotton growing enterprise, Waverleigh. You’ll even get to take home a branch of cotton from the farm.

Best time to visit

Open December – early March. Open to groups of 20 or smaller.

Bookings are essential. Please contact us for full details on tour rates and minimum group numbers.

For bookings and enquiries
  • Karin Stark
  • 0467 602 886
  • kstark79@hotmail.com
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Regional Platters