Welcome to Budgee Garlic & Herbs

We are a family run business growing fresh (chemical free) garlic and herbs on our farm situated in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range about 30 minutes from Toowoomba in Queensland.

Our range of products include dried & marinated garlic products, herbs, salts & seasonings and delicious handmade jams, sauces and relishes made from time honoured family recipes. Enjoy!

What Our Customers Love About Us!

Ordered products online. Great quality, arrived quickly and I received excellent customer support. I will definitely buy from them again.
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Meet Joan & Rod

Rod and Joan Kambouris are proud to call the lush region of Toowoomba their home after moving here in the late 70’s to raise their family.

In 2006 they purchased their beautiful little farm at Budgee on Toowoomba’s outskirts where they decided to grow some herbs and garlic mainly because they had trouble sourcing dried products that were chemical and additive free. After some successful crops and drying of their own products, they decided to share them with family and friends. Much to their delight, the response was overwhelming and they were encouraged to market their products to a wider audience and the little business called Budgee Garlic and Herbs was born.

Grown On Farm & Packaged Fresh!

We proudly grow and tend our herbs and garlic at our little farm in Budgee Queensland. Budgee is a rural district in the foothills of the Great Div...

Warm Winter Food!

Garlic & Thyme Mushrooms Try this delicious mushroom recipe using Budgee Herbs and Garlic.  Delicious for breakfast with poached eggs and toast...

Herbalicious Cooking

When cooking with herbs and spices it can be a bit of trial and error discovering what flavours go with what.  Not anymore. Use our simple guide fo...

Rosemary Roast Potatoes Recipe

You will need: 1kg baby chat potatoes 2 tablespoons of Australian Olive Oil 3 level teaspoons of Budgee dried Rosemary (You can use 3 fresh sprigs...