Olives of Beaulieu is located near Inverell on Northern Tablelands of NSW Australia. It's a family owned olive grove and tourist attraction, with cellar door sales of olive products and estate manufactured spices.
The plateau at Beaulieu (Australian pronunciation: Bolee-o), French for “Beautiful Place” has well draining red soils and a micro-climate which one can grow all stone fruits, cherries, almonds, walnuts and other nuts and also citrus.
The olives from the grove are harvested by the use of pneumatic rakes, with nets under the trees. The olives are transported in half tonne bins to a crushing plant, and are crushed within 24 hours. The oil is classified extra virgin, and the oil was entered in 2004 in the Australian Olive Oil Awards, winning a Silver Medal in its Class.
Along with sales of Olives of Beaulieu extra virgin olive oils there are also olive oil cosmetics and soaps, manufactured locally, by other olive growing families.
We manufacture exotic spices, with a total of six different spices used in the Mediterranean, Asia and India. They are Dukkah, (Eygptian) Zatar, (Lebanese) Harissa, (Tunisian) Squisito, (Italian) My Thai (Thai) and Hurry Curry (Indian).
Visitors to the grove have the opportunity to taste the full range of oils and spices. A new shop has been built, adjacent to a large part of the home.
Larger groups of visitors, such as Coach Tours, can be catered for. Morning and afternoon teas and lunches are available for groups of twenty people or larger.