Cambray’s vision was borne from Jane’s passion for dairy, which stemmed from her childhood of helping her mother milk their house cow and churn butter in Karragullen, paired with Bruce’s experience in sheep, growing up on a sheep farm in Pingelly. This led them to purchase a farm on the outskirts of Nannup in 1995. The former policeman and nurse begun the journey by importing 3 East Friesian milking sheep into Western Australia in 1997, they then started the lengthy process of breeding a suitable milking flock. Soon after, Bruce and youngest son Tom began building the dairy and factory themselves. They commenced milking in 2004. With some guidance from a Dutch cheesemaker friend, Jane and Tom developed their own unique style of sheep and later on, cow’s milk cheeses. Originally selling the cheese through local farmers markets and their own farm shop, the business has expanded somewhat since the beginning and now supplies many of WA’s top restaurants and specialty cheese stores. Cambray prides itself on its high quality and traditional methods for a true paddock to plate product.
Dellendale Creamery is a small cheesemaking factory with a long history in the dairy industry. We love sharing cheese and are proud of our local products which continue the classics and bring new approaches to traditional cheesemaking methods.
Mundella Foods was established in 1974 by local dairy farmers, Peter and Anne Hector who found they had a surplus of milk. They built a small factory and Mundella Foods began it’s life, a small soft cheese factory supplying local shops. Over the years we have upgraded and extended our operations to include yoghurts and drinking yoghurts which we supply to supermarkets all over the state.