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Update on 2021 season

Update on 2021 season

Update on the 2021 Macadamia Season  The 2021 season has been an amazing one so far for Suncoast Gold Macadamias. This season we have seen a significant increase in the volume of NIS purchased from our growers compared to the 2020 season and made significant...

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Bundy Farm Tour Feb 2021

Bundy Farm Tour Feb 2021

Over 60 macadamia growers, consultants and service providers joined a busy tour of macadamia sites across the Bundaberg region on the 11thof Feb 20121 which was run by the Grower Services Team at Suncoast Gold Macadamias.

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Worth their weight in gold

Worth their weight in gold

A significant stake in Green and Gold Marketing, the second largest macadamia marketing organisation globally, gives shareholders confidence that we are working at securing new markets for your future crops

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Welcome to the 2021 Season

Welcome to the 2021 Season

SGM is on track to deliver another solid result… this is only possible with the support of our shareholders and suppliers. We remains committed to providing a competitive NIS offer for our suppliers and I look forward to releasing this in the very near future.

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Gympie Farm Awarded Grower of the Year

Gympie Farm Awarded Grower of the Year

The Sheppard family have been part of the macadamia industry in the Bundaberg and Gympie regions since 1989. For over three decades they have been involved in many facets of the industry from developing new orchards, managing large farms, contracting, growing nursery trees and macadamia processing

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From the soil to the sky

From the soil to the sky

Queensland trial integrating new technologies – Jason Klotz from Red Rock Macadamias, Bundaberg, and Suncoast Gold Macadamias Grower Services Manager Paul Hibbert are undertaking a trial project to test products and the integration of various new technologies.

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Celebrating 35 years in Macadamias in 2020

Celebrating 35 years in Macadamias in 2020

This year we celebrate 35 years processing Australian macadamias for Australian growers. Suncoast Gold Macadamias was founded in 1985 by a group of passionate and forward thinking growers as a co-operative processing and marketing business and we are still owned 100% by growers. 

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Investing for the future of macadamias

Investing for the future of macadamias

After a positive result in 2019 followed by strong sales and crop volumes in 2020, we are investing in our factory in Gympie to increase our macadamia value adding capability.
The half a million dollar upgrades currently underway will more than double our roasting capacity, with vastly improved margins and efficiencies, and allow us meet the strong demand from our customers.

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Macadamia Innovation and Tech Hub

Macadamia Innovation and Tech Hub

Suncoast Gold Macadamias are pleased to announce the launch of the new Macadamia Innovation and Tech Hub which has just been released as an interactive grower portal to track the progress of the Innovation and Technology trial

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If you live in the Northern Rivers area of NSW or Gold Coast hinterland, keep an eye out for these lovely pink flowers – the easiest way to spot one of your local macadamias. Unless it’s one of those unusual white-flowered ones of course. In this case, check the leaves: if there are mostly three to a group it’s probably Macadamia integrifolia, mostly four and prickly – then it’s probably Macadamia tetraphylla. It could even be a natural hybrid though … just to keep us guessing. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Macadamia Day from the team at Suncoast Gold Macadamias
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Happy Macadamia Day from the team at Suncoast Gold Macadamias 
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#welovemacadamias #ausmacadamias

The first indicator we have for the 2022 season is flowering-2021. It’s looking good so far 🙌 ... See MoreSee Less

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The native bees are working hard in the orchard.

2021 has been an amazing year so far for Suncoast Gold Macadamias. This season we have seen a significant increase in the volume of NIS purchased from our growers compared to the 2020 season.

So naturally we are ramping up our production, employing more people and working smarter in order to get the crop dried, cracked, sorted, processed, packed and shipped to our customers on time.

There have been many challenges along this journey and we understand that our people are the key to our success. SGM was founded as a grower cooperative in 1985 so we have many years experience as a #macadamia processor. We have a core team of highly experienced people who are passionate about the quality of the raw and value added macadamia products we produce at our factory in Gympie, Queensland.

We are currently hiring in a number of departments for the 2021 cracking and processing season. View vacancies posted here on our Facebook page and on our website www.suncoastgold.com.au/employment
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2021 has been an amazing year so far for Suncoast Gold Macadamias. This season we have seen a significant increase in the volume of NIS purchased from our growers compared to the 2020 season.

So naturally we are ramping up our production, employing more people and working smarter in order to get the crop dried, cracked, sorted, processed, packed and shipped to our customers on time.

There have been many challenges along this journey and we understand that our people are the key to our success. SGM was founded as a grower cooperative in 1985 so we have many years experience as a #macadamia processor. We have a core team of highly experienced people who are passionate about the quality of the raw and value added macadamia products we produce at our factory in Gympie, Queensland.

We are currently hiring in a number of departments for the 2021 cracking and processing season. View vacancies posted here on our Facebook page and on our website www.suncoastgold.com.au/employmentImage attachmentImage attachment

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