Gotzinger Christmas Ham order

Götzinger Christmas Hams Now Available for Order

It’s that time of year again. Blink and you’ll miss it!

Christmas is on its way. Don’t forget to put in your order for one of Götzinger’s famous Christmas Hams!

We have a variety of options available to suit every festive occasion – big or small.


Find out more information on our delicious smoky hams and how to get your order:

Don’t miss out and call us at (07) 5549 3955 and place your order by November 30th at the latest. A deposit of $20 is needed to secure your order. 

Please note you will need to pick up the hams from our factory in Ormeau, QLD on the following days, from 10 am to 2 pm: 

Tuesday 29 Nov & Thursday 1 Dec
Tuesday 6 Dec & Thursday 8 Dec
Tuesday 13 Dec & Thursday 15 Dec
Tuesday 20 Dec, Thursday 22 Dec & Friday 23 Dec.


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Overseas demand for Queensland sausages The Courier Mail

Overseas demand for Queensland sausages The Courier Mail

This article was originally published in The Courier Mail.

Coronavirus might have killed the international holiday, but it has proven no match for the foreign demand for Queensland’s Big Cheese Kransky sausage.

Yatala-based smallgoods supplier Gotzinger is one of the state’s exporters pulling off the seemingly impossible by finding a way to get its sausages and other goods to overseas buyers.

The 108-year-old company has secured new export contracts for lucrative Asian markets and is now exporting tonnes of German sausages to the Philippines and Hong Kong.

It also has orders in the pipeline for more of its smallgoods from Vietnam and Singapore.

The contracts come as more Queensland exporters take advantage of subsidised international cargo flights to supply everything from perishable foods, such as seafood and pork, to flowers.

Tonnes of fresh seafood has departed Cairns, pork sides have been flown out of Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport and containers of fresh fruit, flowers and avocados departed Brisbane, according to the Palaszczuk Government, with 12 federally-funded flights a week leaving the state.

Gotzinger Smallgoods owner Tony Van der Drift. Picture: Liam Kidston

Since April, the specialised export flights have carried over 40,000 tonnes of product from Australia to 50 international destinations, according to Government figures.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the Gotzinger Smallgoods’ exports breakthrough highlighted the quality of its products, especially the Big Cheese Kransky sausages.

“This is testament to our processors and manufacturers ‘give it a go’ approach and their determination to surmount challenges,” she said.

“Even in these very trying times with businesses pivoting and facing difficult logistical challenges, new orders are still coming and Gotzinger Smallgoods should be very proud of themselves for what they have achieved,” she said.

The Gotzinger orders came after it was introduced to international distributor Century Food in Brisbane last year by Trade and Investment Queensland and the Agriculture Department.

Gotzinger was also part of a State Government-led trade mission to Hong Kong last year.

“We’re delighted to achieve this deal into new markets because we see export as a key part of our business,” Gotzinger national sales and export manager George Ganis said.

“If anything, this most unusual of years has shown that we need to spread risk over different markets and export is another good leg for our business to stand on while industries like food service are disrupted,” he said.

“We’ve been expanding our exports since we started supplying the Philippines last year and as well as Hong Kong and now we’re about to commence exports to Vietnam and Singapore shortly.

“This new, exclusive deal with a Hong Kong distributor will see us sending approximately 1.4 tonnes of five lines of smallgoods like cheese kransky sausages every two weeks direct from Brisbane.” Gotzinger Smallgoods employs 130 staff, almost all from Queensland. Its sausages are available nationally in Coles and Woolworths.

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Build a Bike 2019

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Build a Bike is a wonderful event hosted by Act for Kids. Act for Kids is an Australian charity providing free therapy and support services to children and families who have experienced, or are at the risk of child abuse and neglect. All Gold Coast businesses involved really enjoyed not only building the bikes but knowing our donation was going to the most vulnerable children in our community. 

If you are in the Gold Coast region make sure you get involved in the Build a Bike event next year and join us in making a kids Christmas day a little brighter.

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Gotzinger Christmas Ham

Gotzinger Christmas Ham

Ham is an important part of Christmas feasts and this year Gotzinger has launched a Mini Triple Smoked Ham. This ham requires little preparation you just slice and serve. This triple smoked ham has excellent flavour perfect for a Christmas dinner. 

Our ham on the bone range is made with Australian pork. We cure the pork in our own brine recipe and traditionally wood smoke with real beechwood chips to resulting in maximum flavour with a slightly sweet taste.

Our Hams are available in Super Butchers and Selected IGA's. 



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Showdown in the Showground 2019

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Gotzinger Smallgoods attended Showdown in the Showgrounds at the beautiful Hawkesbury Showgrounds in November 2019.
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#SAUSAGEROYALTY Oktoberfest 2019

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Wow, another Oktoberfest been and gone! At Brisbane Oktoberfest 2019 we saw the return of the Gotzinger #SAUSAGEROYALTY Throne. Here are a few snaps from the festival. Thanks to everyone who came to say hello and a big congratulations to Erin, the winner of the $100 dinner voucher to the Brisbane German Club! 

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