Welcome to the Sub-Tropical Fruit Club of Qld Inc.
Our club promotes the growing and use of rare, unusual, and common types of fruit trees, bush food, and vegetables. This website contains information about the club, such as how to join, as well as lots of information about many of the plants we promote. Enjoy!

Thursday 8th June 2017 Guest Speaker Shelley Gage on her travels in Papua New Guinea

In February Shelley went on a 10 day cruise stopping at Alotau, Madang, Wewak, Rabaul, Kitava, Kiriwina Islands and Conflict Island. While there she took lots of photos of the local produce and took part in a cooking class in Alotau. She will be sharing her photos and experiences in this little known part of the world.

Field Trip visiting “The Old Friary” Sat 13th May 2017

139 Brookfield Road, Kenmore Hills – Leader Chris Chapman. The Friary charges $10.00 pp which includes morning tea.  Chris gives a one hour talk. 

Guest Speaker – Bob Lutterall on Native Bees Thursday 13th April 2017

Bob has developed a new system of extracting native bee honey in a stainless steel extractor using two 3D Printers to make the plastic frames that the bees happily store their honey in.

Annual General Meeting - 7.00pm  Thursday 9th February Guest Speaker – Anne Osborne 7.30pm

Fruitful Adventures in Brunei, Denmark and the United States of America
I will be sharing some of my experiences and the fruit I enjoyed in Brunei, Denmark and the United States.

Members Night – give a 5-10 minute talk on your ideas/hot tips! 8th December 2016

Dick Copeman will give a talk on Fruit Salad Rotation; Sheryl will discuss the new CSIRO book out “Interpreting Soil Test Results”; Shelley Gage will introduce members to two books which have impressed her recently. The first is in our library and is called, "Pruning for Flowers and Fruit" & "A Garden of Marvels". George will give a talk and perhaps Bruce McLean might too!  It’s the Christmas Party – Bring something for the raffle table or supper & receive a complimentary raffle ticket.  


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