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INSIDE: Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about where to buy beef jerky in Australia.

Here’s the ultimate guide on where to buy beef jerky in Australia in these cities:

  • Canberra
  • Sunshine Coast
  • Brisbane
  • Gold Coast

(More cities to be added shortly.)

Take a look below for details of the best markets, shops, butcheries and more to buy premium beef jerky, air dried meats, bbq rubs sauces and more. 

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Of course, you can buy all the best beef jerky brands online, but if you prefer to buy direct from the artisan beef jerky maker, you need to head to markets, farmer’s markets, butcher shops and industrial estate warehouses where they make it.

We’ve gathered a list of places to start looking for 50g sample packs, where to buy beef jerky in bulk, and where to find cheap beef jerky. 

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No.1: Where to buy beef jerky Sunshine Coast?

The best place to find Sunshine Coast jerky is at the Eumundi markets. 

But you can also find jerky at:

  • Fishermans Road Sunday Markets in Maroochydore
  • Caboolture Markets
  • Sunshine Coast Collective markets
  • Rapidfx Sports and Nutrition, Shop 3, 2 Lanyana Way, Noosa Heads
  • Flannerys Maroochydore

JEEERKS beef jerky is born and bred on the Sunshine Coast – this one is special and you should look out for it. 

They make COFFEE jerky! 

And VEGEMITE jerky!

Read all about JEEERK’s here.

Mallorys Tocino Jerky is one to look out for. While made in Australia, the flavours are inspired by Cebu in the Philippines from a traditional Tocino recipe passed down through the family. This small batch jerky is delicious. 

Jerky King is another Sunshine Coast based producer of beef jerky to try. 

RELATED: The Top 10 Best Beef Jerky Brands in Australia

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No.2: Where to buy beef jerky Brisbane?

The best place to find Brisbane jerky is at the Southbank markets, or Brisbane City Markets at Reddacliff Place, Queen St, Brisbane City on Wednesdays from 8am to 6pm. 

Or, visit one of the Jan Powers Farmers Markets:

  • the Powerhouse Museum Farmers Markets next to New Farm Park playground, or
  • the one at Michelton.

Other places to buy beef jerky in Brisbane include: 

  • Kelvin Grove Village markets
  • the Mt Gravatt markets (home of Mt Gravatt Street food)
  • the Milton Markets, and
  • the Carseldine Farmers and Artisan markets
  • the West End markets 

If you can’t get to a market, you’ll find beef jerky for sale in Brisbane at:

  • Foodworks Valley Metro
  • Zone Fresh Gourmet market in Windsor
  • Health Squared in Indooroopilly
  • Flannerys health food shops in Wynnum
  • Coles New Farm and Coles Express in the city
  • Sun and Earth Wholefoods New Farm
  • Urban Hub, William Street in the CBD

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No.3: Where to buy beef jerky Gold Coast?

Beef Jerky by Silvers is a local Gold Coast beef jerky made by Keith Johnson.

Find him at Currumbin Fair butchery, Shop 5 Bienvenue Drive, Currumbin QLD 4223.

Here’s a round of more of the best places to buy beef jerky on the Gold Coast:  

  • Surfers Paradise night markets, weekly in the heart of Surfers Paradise
  • Racecourse Markets at Gold Coast Turf Club, Racecourse Dr, Surfers Paradise
  • Bundall Farmers’ Market, Surfers Paradise QLD, at In HOTA, Home of the Arts – opens 6am Sundays
  • The Village Markets at Burleigh Heads state school twice a month
  • Gold Coast organic farmers markets at Merrimac State High School, 3 Dunlop Ct, Mermaid Waters
  • Flannerys Benowa health food shop, or Flannerys Miami
  • IGA Broadbeach central, IGA Tweed Heads, IGA Pottsville

You can even try Chemmart chemists, Dan Murphy’s bottle shops and other health food stores. 

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No.4: Where to buy beef jerky Canberra?

Here’s a round up of the best places to buy beef jerky in Canberra. 


  • Old Bus Depot Markets
  • Griffith butcher for biltong
  • Jordos Chop Shop in Wanniassa
  • Organic butchers at Belco markets 
  • Cellarbrations – Gold Creek, Braddon, Corks Conder sell Stockman’s Sticks beef jerky
  • The Chifley Grocer
  • The Spence Grocer
  • IGA Gordon
  • Supabarn 

Barbell jerky is made in Canberra and you can find it in lots of gourmet food shops and souvenir shops too. 

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Where to buy beef jerky online Australia?

Other than going directly to the jerky company websites and shopping direct (paying postage for each separately), try a wholesale health food shop or bulk health food store such as Flannerys or Harris Farm markets. 

They often stock a number of different beef jerky brands so you can buy a selection. 

If you make orders over a certain amount, it’s usually free shipping too. 
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Beef Jerky Woolworths

Woolworths has a number of beef jerky brands for sale, including their own Woolworths Beef jerky brand, and these: 

  • Local Legends beef jerky
  • Jack Links jerky
  • Byron Beef Jerky

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Where to buy vegan jerky or vegetarian jerky? 

Woolworths also sell jerky for vegans and vegetarians! 

You can try:  

  • Kings Black Pepper veggie jerky
  • Noble vegan jerky (pictured)

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Beef Jerky Coles

Coles is a little bit more limited with only two brands of Australian beef jerky for sale.

  • Jack Links orignal beef jerky
  • Local Legends original beef jerky dried meat

The best thing about buying from a big supermarket is the “free shipping”  – there is none! 

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FAQ: Can beef jerky go bad? 

Click here to find all the answers to frequently asked questions about beef jerky, including When is National Beef Jerky day?


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