V&V Walsh is an Australian processor and wholesaler of premium beef & sheep products. Its abattoir is located in Bunbury, Western Australia, allowing immediate access to Australia's major livestock growth area - Australia's South West.
V&V Walsh was a family-owned business and was established by Vern & Jean Walsh in 1957. Their sons, Peter & Greg Walsh owned and operated V&V Walsh before selling half of the business to Craig Mostyn Group in 2017 in a phased merger. It is understood that Amelia Park remains owned solely by the Walsh family.
The company's beef and sheep products are distributed throughout Australia and retail through Woolworth's, restaurants and speciality food stores. It also markets in many countries, including China where it has an office in Beijing.
All beef and lamb slaughtered at V&V Walsh is done so by accredited Muslim slaughtermen using the Halal kill technique.