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One hump or two for your investment? Summerland Camels, Australia’s largest camel farm and dairy and a shining Queensland tourism light, is RAISING FUNDS…

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Summer Land Camels, Australia's largest camel farm and dairy and a shining Queensland tourism light, is RAISING FUNDS…

 

An investment that’s supporting farmers – a biodiverse, sustainable farming operation, that’s big on sustainability and end products.

One hump or two for your investment dollar?

 

What to give the person who has everything?

 

Nearly a century ago, Australia removed camels from its livestock register, leading to unnecessary culling. In doing so, the country overlooked a key resource: Camel milk, rich in nutrients and immune-boosting proteins. Today, SUMMERLAND CAMELS in Queensland’s Scenic Rim is Australia's largest camel farm and dairy, dedicated to producing nutrient-rich, award-winning camel milk products that promote human health and wellness, making a positive impact both in Australia and globally.

PLUS, it’s one of the biggest tourism operations in Queensland!

 

Business revenue is over $2.4 million in FY2023, with 110% revenue growth achieved in five years and over 60,000 visitors per year.  Now, they are raising funds to meet the growing demand for products by increasing capacity and upgrading facilities.

 

Their camel milk products cater to a wide range of customers, particularly those with skin issues, dairy allergies, diabetes, or lactose intolerance. Offering natural wellness alternatives, our product line includes Camel Milk Dairy, Skincare, and Powder - all rich in essential nutrients & immune-boosting properties. Their  focus on quality and sustainability sets us apart in the camel milk industry, and our farm draws 60,000+ tourists annually, underscoring our commitment to education. They are also dedicated to innovation offering the world’s first Camel Milk Vodka range.

 

In the last 36 months, Summer Land Camels has established itself as the leader in Australia's Camel Industry, marked by the successful launch of an extensive range of premium and award-winning camel milk products. Building upon this momentum, the company is strategically positioned to capitalise on two significant markets: 1. Global Dairy Alternatives Market: valued at AU$39 billion and projected to grow at a CAGR of over 13%. 2. Nutraceuticals Market: anticipated to achieve an annual growth rate exceeding 9% (CAGR) and reach a value of AU$795 billion by 2030.

 

Express interest to invest via: www.birchal.com/company/summerlandcamels

 

Paul Martin, founder and CEO of Summerland Camels is available to tell the story of the business, and talk of its future.

 


Contact details:

Kath Rose - 0416 291 493 or email kath@kathrose.com

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