Image Gallery

Click on the bank of images below to see a snapshot of life at Cape Grim Beef.

Cape Grim short rib with mustardTender and Moist Cape Grim BeefOverlooking The Nut, StanleyCape Grim Rib RoastCape Grim grass fed beefIndonesian Beef Rendang made with Cape Grim BeefCattle grazing and overlooking Mt CameronCape Grim StriploinRoast Beef - Cape Grim styleBen Milborne & Andy Allen (MasterChef) and farmer, John Bruce - Image by Tara DunstanScenic view of cattleGraeme PrettyChar-grilled Cape Grim BeefSmithton Boning RoomCape Grim Eye FilletMouth-watering Cape Grim BeefBoning Room in 1950sMSA Graded Award Winner Rockhampton 2012Greenham FamilyPeter Greenham launches the Traceability program with QR CodesMouth watering Cape Grim beefMouth-watering Cape Grim BeefChar-grilled Cape Grim BeefSun smart CattleCattle at Smithton, The NutCape Grim Eye FilletGuy Wigg - Cape Grim Beef FarmerChar-grilled Cape Grim BeefCape Grim on the menu at Prime SocietyCattle grazing in front of The Nut, StanleyCattle in StanleyLonesome BullCape Grim CattleCape Grim Scotch FilletCape Grim rib eye at Black Cow Bistro, TASCattle in StanleyMouth-watering Cape Grim BeefNeil Perry with dry aged Cape Grim BeefGreenham cattleCape Grim coastline, NW TasCattle grazing in StanleyCattle grazing in StanleyCape Grim Beef at the Railway ClubPeter Greenham Jnr in the Smithton plantMouth-watering Cape Grim BeefMouth-watering Cape Grim BeefGuy Wigg - Cape Grim Beef FarmerSelection of Cape Grim Beef at the Railway Club Hotel, Port MelbourneCape Grim CattleDinner in the paddock overlooking The Nut, StanleyCape Grim steak at Church Street EnotecaScenic Cape Grim, NW Tasmania
Knowing that the beef is selected from only Angus and Hereford cattle in the north-western corner of Tasmania you can be assured it is fed on some of the most lush green pastures in the country.
Brent Farrell, Brents Restaurant
From the lush pastures of tasmania comes the finest quality hand-selected beef. Wholesome grass-fed beef, tender and rich in flavour