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Bluey's Red Claw Crayfish Farm
326 Franks Road, Taromeo, 4306
 
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(07) 4163-0759
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(07) 4163-0759
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0408-741-485
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Greg Poor

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Hobby farm growing red claw crayfish; available for restaurants or private buyers


KJ's Bookkeeping
Old Esk Road, Taromeo, 4306
 
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0402-255-823
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Katrina Joyce

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Certified bookkeeper; financial record management, payroll, BAS; all bookkeeping needs either weekly, monthly or quarterly; MYOB; covering Blackbutt and surrounding areas


KJ's Equine Massage Therapy
Old Esk Road, Taromeo, 4306
 
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0402-255-823
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Katrina Joyce

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Get the best out of your horse with Equissage therapy; increase stride length, improve local blood circulation, lymphatic drainage, swollen joints, respiratory conditions, relieve tension, sore and cold backs; available for individual treatments, groups, events, racing


Pro-Pine Pty Ltd
Old Esk Road, Taromeo, 4306
 
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(07) 4163-0202
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(07) 4163-0273
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Ian Shipp

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Formerly known as Muller Sawmills; suppliers of hoop pine; green off-saw paling and pallet timbers


Taromeo Camp Ovens
608 Old Esk Road, Benarkin, 4306
 
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(07) 4163-0431
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Chris and Jenny Thomas

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Camp oven cooking catering for coach tours, family functions, 4WD clubs, tourists etc at Taromeo; open by appointment only; minimum group size, 10 people, and can cater for up to 70; specialising in roasts, stews and vegetables.


Taromeo Homestead
Off the D'Aguilar Highway between Moore and Blackbutt
 
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(07) 4163-0142
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Taromeo is one of the oldest properties in the region, being established in the 1840s; the old stone store and private cemetery are open to the public by appointment only