Diplomatic posting for Hillview Herb Farm

illview Herb Farm - Karen and Shane

Herb salts from Gloucester to the world!

Artisanal herb salts from Gloucester will soon be gracing the elegant tables of diplomats around the world, thanks to the Bushfire Producers Support Program.​

Hillview Herb Farm owner Karen O’Brien was delighted to be chosen as one of the suppliers to be featured in gift bags provided at Australian public diplomacy events overseas. Together with her husband Michael, Karen has been growing fresh culinary and medicinal herbs at the scenic location at Gloucester for over 25 years.

She will be providing her famed Hillview Herb Farm Traditional Herb salt and her Chilli Lemon Lime salt.

The Bushfire Producers Support Program is being conducted by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support bushfire effected regions by purchasing excellent Australian goods from local producers.

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