Organic farming  

Growing organically means growing without the use of poisonous chemicals that are often used in agriculture. Organic farming instead uses natural composts and fertilisers that are not harmful to you or the environment.  

We believe food should not only be free of toxic chemicals, but also highly nutritious. That's why we spend a lot of time improving our soils to ensure the right blend of minerals and nutrients for optimum results.

Our farm is fully certified with Australian Certified Organic.  This means we are regularly audited by independent assessors from ACO to ensure our farming practices comply with high national and international standards.

All products that carry the ACO bud logo, or other certification logos, are similarly assessed so you can be absolutely confident you are buying truly organic produce and products.

Our organic produce

We grow the following produce at our farm:

Organic Kale

A highly nutritious leafy green, containing high levels of vitamins K, A, C and B6 as well as manganese, calcium, copper, potassium, magnesium, iron and phosphorus.

 

Organic Silverbeet and Rainbow Chard

Another super healthy leafy green, also providing a range of important minerals and vitamins K, A and C.   

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Organic Cucumbers

We grow lebanese and field cucumbers which are delicious in salads or just on their own.   

Organic Tomatoes

Tomatoes are rich in vitamins A, C and E, phytonutrients and antioxidants including lycopene which is thought to have positive health effects in regard to some cancers and cardiovascular disease.   

Organic Eggplant

Our beautiful eggplants are an excellent source of fibre, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  

Organic Beans

Gorgeous green beans are a good source of vitamin A, flavonoids and antioxidants. 

Organic Passionfruit

Large and juicy, full of vitamins and minerals, and a delicious source of fibre.  

Organic Herbs

We grow a range of herbs in different seasons.  Our gorgeous mint is available most of the year. 

Head to our 'Food for Thought' blog to learn more about organics.