Almost all of the soybeans grown in Australia are found in Queensland and New South Wales, with very minor acreages in northern Victoria . The area sown to soybean in 1973 was about 28,350 hectares in Queensland and about 8,100 hectares in New South Wales. Important growing areas in Queensland include The Darling Downs; the South Burnett region (Kingaroy, Nanango, Wondai, Murgon); the Lockyer, Fassifern and Brisbane River Valleys; the Atherton Tablelands; and the region around Bundaberg .
Bromfield, K. R.
"Research Notes: United States Department of Agriculture and
Plant Disease Research Laboratory,"
Soybean Genetics Newsletter: Vol. 1
, Article 13.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/soybeangenetics/vol1/iss1/13