Queensland grows about 600 ha of strawberries each year, mainly along the coastal strip from Caboolture to Eumundi. The Bundaberg area has also become a significant production region in recent years, and small areas of strawberries are also grown on the Atherton Tableland, around Brisbane, in the Lockyer Valley, and on the Darling Downs and Granite Belt. Approximately 150 growers are involved in the industry, and farms range in size from 5000 to 5 million plants. The industry is worth about $130 million to the Queensland economy.

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