Apple - Gala
Apple - Granny Smith
Apple - Red Delicious
Apple - Pink Lady
Apricots
Asparagus
Avocado
Banana - Lady Finger
Banana
Beans
Blueberries
Broccoli
Broccolini
Brussel Sprouts
Cabbage - Drumhead
Capsicum
Carrots
Cauliflower
Cherries
Celery
Corn
Cucumbers Continental
Eggplant
Eshallots
Figs
Grapefruit Red Ruby
Grapes - White
Honeydew Melon
Iceberg Lettuce
Kiwi Fruit
Lemons Australian
Limes
Mangoes
Nectarines- USA
Nectarines - AUS
Onions - Brown
Onions - Red
Oranges Navel
Oranges 3kg
Passionfruit
Paw Paw
Peaches - AUS
Peaches- USA
Pears Burre Bosc
Pears Packham
Pineapple
Plums - AUS
Plums- USA
Potatoes Brushed
Pumpkin
Raspberries
Rockmelon
Snow Peas
Spinach
Spring Onion
Strawberries
Sweet Potato
Tomato
Tomato - Truss
Tomato- Cherry
Tomato - Egg
Watermelon
Zucchini

Ekka Long Weekend Closure Details

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Although the Ekka may not be coming to life this year, Brisbane residents have landed a long weekend in August as the Ekka public holiday moves to a Friday to help boost the Queensland tourism industry.

The long weekend is a fantastic opportunity to get out and support Queensland’s wonderful tourism and small business sectors.

Here at Fruitlink, we encourage everyone to get out to those more regional areas and support some of the local communities of our wonderful suppliers. Drop in, stay for a night, spend some money and give them the boost they need right now. And while you’re there, tuck into some amazing, fresh local produce.

Try Atherton Tablelands and the surrounding region for a large and diverse range, from Potatoes to Tropical Fruits and Melons, or Bowen and surrounding regions for Capsicums, Corn and Tomatoes.

Emerald in the Central Highlands is another favourite for its beautiful fruit, and the nearby sapphire gemfields are always a must-see for tourists.

There’s also Bundaberg for its veggies (and of course the famous rum and ginger beer!), or the Lockyer Valley. The Granite belt, part of the Great Dividing Range and otherwise known as ‘Wine Country’ has beautiful scenic landscapes and an abundance of fresh fruit.

While the country normally comes to the city, this is a chance for the city to go to the country.

To honour this public holiday, the Brisbane Markets and Fruitlink will be closed on Friday 14 August. This will affect deliveries during the week leading into the long weekend. For more information, please view our full Ekka trading flyer below.

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