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Here at Diamantina, we are proud to produce purely Australian family-owned and raised beef.

Diamantina is a vertically integrated operation. This means that we carefully monitor the whole process of our beef reaching your plate.

Where we are from

Like their namesake, our cattle are raised in the Diamantina Shire in western Queensland. Here, our dedicated farmers raise our cattle in fertile pastures alongside abundant wildlife in diverse, thriving landscapes.

As third-generation family farmers, we are committed stewards of all the animals and the vast natural grasslands in our care.

We care about what you put on your plate

At Diamantina we know that everyone’s needs are different, and our product range reflects this. Our beef provides the best blend of richness, taste, and tenderness.

A cooked wagyu steak on a plate with seasoning.
Diamantina Pure Wagyu Beef logo

Pure Wagyu is the pinnacle of quality, combining exceptional Wagyu cattle, pristine pastures and a careful feeding program. Experience exquisite beef with a velvety texture, ultimate marbling, and magnificent flavour.

Diamantina Wagyu Beef logo

Sourced from the finest Wagyu cattle, Diamantina Wagyu is carefully raised on wholesome grain to produce a superior marbling, tenderness and flavour.

Diamantina Angus Beef logo

Angus Beef starts with the finest cattle. Dedication to quality creates beef with outstanding tenderness, premium marbling and rich flavour.

Diamantina Grass Fed Beef logo

Our grass fed beef is raised entirely in pristine natural pasture. The result is traditional beef with a distinct grass fed flavour.

Diamantina Classic Beef logo

Our cattle graze on natural grass pastures before transitioning to a carefully crafted grain-fed diet, enhancing both taste and texture.

Diamantina Organic Beef logo

Diamantina Organic cattle are raised entirely on some of the world’s most pristine, natural pastures. They graze freely in certified organic pastures with no synthetic chemicals, no added hormones and no antibiotics – ever. It makes for the most flavoursome, natural beef.

Health Benefits

Your body needs essential nutrients to produce energy and fuel your day. Beef contains nutrients that are integral to supporting a healthy brain and body.

The Australian Government Guide to Healthy Eating maintains that lean meat (i.e., beef) is a nutritious and healthy part of a balanced diet. Beef contains 12 nutrients that are essential for healthy living – these include*: protein, iron, zinc, vitamin B12, niacin, phosphorus, omega-3s, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin, vitamins B5 and B6.

*Health benefits of red meat, Meat & Livestock Australia Limited, 2021

Sustainability and Animal Welfare

Our farmers are stewards of all the animals and the vast natural grasslands in our care. Our cattle are constantly monitored and cared for by our trained stock people to create a calm and relaxing environment.

This high-level of stock and land care is maintained throughout the whole beef production process to ensure consistent quality and flavour.

Diamantina is renowned for its quality and rich beef flavour, the perfect blend of taste and tenderness.

Whether it’s the ‘grab-and-go’ mid-week meal you are looking for, or celebrating a special occasion, Diamantina Premium Australian Beef provides you with consistently superior taste for chefs of every skill level.
Check out Stanbroke Steak School website for more tasty recipes and cooking tips and tricks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our beef is all from Australia. Our animals are born and raised on natural pastures and prepared for market at our grain feeding facility in the rich farming country of Queensland’s Darling Downs. All processing occurs in our own plant in the Lockyer Valley an hour from Brisbane.

Our animals are all born and raised on natural pastures. They exclusively eat grass until they are prepared for market with a careful grain feeding program to manage their growth and consistency of the beef quality.

All of our animals are born and raised on pasture – which is grass. Our grass finished animals remain entirely in that environment until they go to market. Our other animals enter a controlled grain feeding program for at least 100 days to manage their growth. They receive carefully prepared diets that are 60-70% wholesome Australian grain and the remainder is mostly hay and silage (from green foliage crops).

Grain finished beef has a more “buttery” flavour and higher marbling, which increases tenderness. Grass fed beef has a distinct flavour closely related to the pasture it was raised on.

Our controlled grain feeding programs vary depending on the cattle variety. Cattle are in our feeding program for at least 100 days.

Our animals are all born and raised on natural pastures. They exclusively eat grass until they are prepared for market with a careful feeding program to manage their growth. Our grass-finished beef comes from animals raised entirely on pasture.

Cattle are carefully fed a mix of steam-flaked Barley and wheat. Other ingredients include Mineral supplement, Vegetable oil, Cottonseed and a hay and silage mix.

Our specialist Veterinarian/Nutritionist manages the care and nutrition of our animals.

Animal welfare is the highest priority. Therapeutic antibiotics are administered when a veterinarian deems it essential for the well-being of an animal and prescribes this medication as part of the proper care.

We have extensive certifications across Food Safety and Government accreditation, Market Access & Client certifications, and Systems and Methods.

All meat and many plants naturally contain hormones. The natural hormones in cattle can be carefully supplemented to improve their growth rate, and these supplements are called HGPs. The same hormones often occur in other common foods; the hormone level is naturally much higher in cabbage and eggs.*

*Rationale for the safety of implants, R.L Preston, 1997

All cuts have differing amounts of lean meat and fat. This determines how they should be cooked to achieve the desired result based on your preference.

A good guide can be found at www.steakschool.com

There are two essential steps every time:

  1. Bring the meat to room temperature before cooking by removing from refrigeration at least 20 minutes prior
  2. Allow the meat to rest for at least half of the cooking time after removing it from the heat