Paddock to Plate Tours

Tour and Ticket Info

Next Paddock to Plate: Saturday, 21 September 2019

Food and Farm Experience

Hosted by John Mauger

  • Robertson, NSW
  • 3 hours total
  • Morning tea, Farm tour, Light lunch/meat tasting and more

About Maugers Meats

Maugers Meats is a family farming and butchery business that has operated in the picturesque NSW Southern Highlands for over 40 years. Maugers Meats’ is renown for its premium quality, grass-fed and free-range beef and lamb. Maugers’ beef and lamb is produced locally by the Mauger’s themselves on their family farm, “Laurel View” in Robertson, with a focus on traditional methods and high welfare standards.

What We’ll Do

Maugers Paddock to Plate Tours give visitors the opportunity to immerse
themselves in an authentic paddock to plate experience. Hear directly
from the farmer and butcher, John Mauger, about his grass-fed beef and lamb production methods, while enjoying the scenery and seeing first-hand a working farm and a master butcher in action.

  • 3 hour tour led by John Mauger, farmer and butcher, with over 40 years
    experience in the industry
  • Morning tea, including cake/biscuits, tea and coffee
  • Short presentation and Q&A on Maugers’ grass-fed beef and lamb
  • “Meet the Mob” farm tour – a short walk to inspect the farm and
  • Light lunch/meat tasting – Mauger’s slow roasted beef/lamb roll with
    Maugers’ handmade preserves
  • “The Art of Butchery” boning demonstration – see John break up beef
    and learn what to look for in good quality beef and lamb


“Laurel View”, located at 5110 Illawarra Highway, Robertson NSW 2577, is approximately 20 minutes drive from Bowral and just under 2 hours drive south of Sydney. Parking is available.

Group Bookings

Chartered tours can be booked on a date of your choice for larger groups
or those interested in a private tour. We can also tailor the tour program to suit your needs. Pricing may vary according to the size of the group and
specified tour program requirements. Please contact us for a quote.

What To Bring

Comfortable walking shoes, or boots in case of wet weather. Hats and
sunscreen. Your camera to take advantage of the picturesque views.

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