Gamekeepers Meats

Beef

We have a range of beef depending on your needs:

John Dee Warwick Beef

John Dee cattle are handpicked from a network of some of Australia’s best farming families in the New England region, famous for their production of extremely high-class cattle. The beef is derived from premium European breeds of cattle, predominantly Black Angus, but also Murray Grey and Charolais.
They enjoy a healthy grain diet that is free of antibiotics and chemicals. This, combined with aging means they have superior marbling, and a seriously good deep flavour.

Moondarra Wagyu Beef

Moondarra Tajima cattle graze on the green pastures that grow atop the volcanic soils of the Moondarra Gippsland Mountain Rivers region. Tajima cattle are the type of Wagyu grown in the Hyogo prefecture, from where the famous “Kobe” beef originates. The beef is dry aged on the bone to produce extra depth and complexity of flavour and a whole new dimension of tenderness. Grass-fed, the Tajima has the melt in your mouth sweetness of Kobe beef as well as the wonderful minerality and rich flavour of grass-fed beef, often seen in Scottish or Argentian beef.

Gamekeepers Premium Grass Fed Beef

Gamekeepers premium beef is free-ranged and grass-fed, born and raised in Gippsland, Victoria. The cattle roam freely on lush green pastures imbuing the beef with a full flavour and a tender bite.

Isola Chianina Beef

Isola Chianina cattle are ethically raised with care and respect in order to produce great tasting beef.

The ancient Chianina breed originated in Val di Chiana in Tuscany and is renowned for meat, which is lean, dark red in colour, and retains a marbling of fat through the muscle. Most importantly Chianina beef is very tasty and tender.

Isola Chianina cattle are farmed in South Gippsland which has naturally high rainfall producing rich and varied pasture. Animals grow slower which translates to more flavour in the finished product.

The meat is dry aged in the time honoured traditional way, a practice that is no longer commonly used due to its cost.

This combination of breed, environment and conscientious processing is what sets Isola Chianina beef apart and allows you to experience the true taste of this Tuscan breed bringing the Italian countryside to your ‘cucina’.