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Dairy Destinations

Dairy Australia calls on Australian’s to support our world-class dairy industry, for the health of our bodies and the health of our nation.

We have curated Dairy Destinations - a series of road trip itineraries from Aussie cities to picturesque dairy towns, showcasing a selection of unique diary experiences, hidden accommodation gems and award winning product across the country. 

See below for destination inspiration on where to take the family during the next school holidays, or perhaps a gourmet day out with friends.

Whatever you're looking for Dairy Destinations ensures fresh air and warm hospitality all while supporting local dairy farmers and communities

Dairy Destinations

New South Wales

New South Wales accounted for about 12% of the national milk production in 2023, making it the second-largest milk producing state in Australia behind Victoria.

Take a look at each regional itinerary for beautiful dairy destinations stretching along the coast from the northern hinterlands, inland and down to the far south.

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Victoria is Australia's largest dairy producing and exporting state. Sixty-two per cent of Australia's milk production is from Victoria.

Take one of our roadtrips and explore what the Gippsland, Great Ocean Road and the Murray dairy regions have to offer.


South Australia

South Australia has 228 dairy farms across the state and accounts for 5 per cent of the nation’s dairy production.

Take a look at our Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula and Barossa Valley road trips for a range of different dairy destinations to visit.



Australia’s island state accounts for 10 per cent of the countries dairy production across the north and south of the state.

With cheese shops, ice creameries and markets to explore – choose one of our Tassie itineraries for a perfect dairy day out.



The Subtropical Dairy region extends 2,200 kilometres from Kempsey in New South Wales to the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland. The region is uniquely characterised by hot and humid summers and mild and dry winters.

Our Sunshine Coast itinerary showcases all this beautiful coastline has to offer.


Western Australia

With approximately 145 dairy farms, Western Australia produces around 337 million litres of milk per annum, contributing four per cent of Australia's total milk production.

Margaret River is a prime destination for all things dairy in Australia’s western state.