Roaring Forties Lamb

A Story of Remarkable Purity

Bass Strait is the ferocious stretch of ocean that separates mainland Australia from Tasmania. Antarctic driven swells are magnified in the strait, creating powerful, wild storm waves. It is twice as wide, and twice as rough as the English channel.

It is this wild stretch of sea that lends the term “Roaring Forties”.

And within these Roaring Forties are some of the most famous and legendary lamb producing regions in the world.

The cleanest air in the world blows over the pastures here. The lush grass grows year round.

They nourish British and European breed lambs, renowned for the delicate and special flavour of their meat.

This is Lamb Like No Other.

Sea Tales

“We put the lamb on the menu at our world class restaurant, Vue de Monde, as soon as we tried it.”

Shannon Bennett, Vue de Monde, Melbourne
Awarded 3 Chef Hats in The Age Guide, 8 years running

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“I had my first taste of the meat from Flinders Island when I was in Melbourne, at Attica.

Knowing it comes from such a beautiful landscape, I wanted to tell you how much I liked it– delicious.

Michael Pollan, Author – The Omnivore’s Dilemna

“Delicious lamb. Is there seconds?

Barack Obama, President of the USA. Commenting on the lamb from Flinders Island – G20 Summit, Brisbane, 2014


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