Sandy Creek Macadamias
Our mission is to produce food using sustainable natural farming techniques with a bias towards land regeneration.
Welcome to Sandy Creek Macadamias
Located in picturesque Anderleigh in the Wide Bay–Burnett region of sunny south-east Queensland, Sandy Creek Macadamias is a family-owned farm business operated by Scott and Maureen MacNicol since 2003.
Our farming philosophy is to produce food using sustainable natural farming techniques with a bias towards land regeneration.
We grow macadamias nuts using a chemical and pesticide spray free regime, and fertilise our macadamia trees with organic liquid seaweed.
We also produce pastured free range eggs using mobile chicken trailers. Our hens are free to roam and forage naturally.
We grow macadamias nuts using a chemical and pesticide spray free regime and fertilise our macadamia trees with organic liquid fertilisers and organic rock fertiliser. We believe this results in healthier and naturally stronger trees …
Pastured Free Range Eggs
Laying hens were introduced on to our farm to produce pastured free range eggs along similar lines to Joel Salatin’s farming methods. Sandy Creek Free Range eggs are sold each Saturday at Davies Park Market, West End, Brisbane …
Hardwood Pole Forest
In 2009 we decided to productively utilise already cleared, low lying land unsuited to planting macadamia trees, whilst creating a smaller carbon footprint. We managed this via the establishment of a12Ha (10,000 tree) hardwood pole forest …