Welcome to Hop Products Australia
HPA’s farms have been growing hops in Australia for more than 150 years. Our team is made up of a great bunch of people who are as passionate about beer as they are about hops.
Through our dedicated hop breeding program we have recently introduced a number of proprietary flavour hops, in addition to our aroma and bittering varieties.
We’re proud to play a part in creating memorable flavours and distinct aromas in hundreds of different beers enjoyed in pubs, restaurants, bars and backyards around the world.
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More subtle in character, Ella™ (previously known as Stella) packs less of an upfront punch than her big sister Galaxy™, but is no less of a star.> Read more
The Hop Flavour Spectrum has been created through years of research, experimentation and conversations with brewers, and by tasting a few beers along the way. It’s what we believe, and we ...> Learn more
04 August 2017
Each year the Barth-Haas Group, of which HPA is a proud member, publish the Barth Report. This year is the celebration of the 140th edition of the report, a long-lasting constant in an industry ...> Read more
09 May 2017
Upon finalising the result from the March harvest, we’re happy to present the Hop Products Australian 2017 Crop Report.> Read more
Celebrating the 150th Hop Harvest in Tasmania
In 2015 Bushy Park Estates in Tasmania, Australia celebrated it's 150th consecutive hop harvest.
See 1950s footage of Henry Shoobridge, then owner of the estate, surveying the farm in all stages of harvest.
Where to find us
Bushy Park Estates
Derwent Valley, Tasmania
It’s 55km north of Hobart, and pretty close to the edge of the world. Welcome to Bushy Park, the birthplace of Australian hops.
Rostrevor Hop Gardens
At the foothills of Mount Buffalo National Park in the small hamlet of Eurobin, Rostrevor grows hops for brewers across Australia and around the world.