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Daylesford Macedon Produce (DMP) is an affiliation of operators involved with the development and promotion of this region’s food and wine.

Our aims:

DMP aims to raise the profile of our region as a food and wine producing area; and to create a local food system and a truly sustainable food and wine industry.

Specifically, DMP aims:

To foster, develop and market under a collective banner the growers, winemakers and food producers of the Daylesford Macedon Ranges region.

To overcome isolation barriers so often a part of the day to day work environment especially amongst small regional businesses.

To share and pursue a philosophy of using and encouraging local product.

To create a sustainable culinary tourism industry for the region.

DMP also fulfils a critical role in contributing information and links to Local, State and Federal Government bodies.

DMP regional geographic boundaries:

Geographical boundaries are loosely defined by those of the Daylesford Macedon Ranges marketing organisation – Kilmore to Creswick (E-W); Castlemaine to Bacchus March (N-S); and Kyneton to Sunbury-Melton.

Get involved:

We engage strongly with relevant operators throughout the region, attracting many who would not traditionally see themselves as part of the tourism industry.

If you are a food, wine or beverage producer or grower, restaurateur, caterer or provedore located in the Daylesford Macedon Ranges region we would love to hear from you.

If you support or promote local food and wine through your activities but you are not part of the cluster of growers, producers, retailers, restaurateurs, vignerons, venue operators etc who form the traditional membership you may still be involved as an Ambassador.

Please contact us for more information. You can download a membership form and the Membership Charter below.

For more information on joining Daylesford Macedon Produce and becoming a DMP member send us an email.

DMP Membership Application Form (MS Word Download)

Membership Charter (PDF Download)