The French Connection


We were excited to welcome Pauline and Victor, visiting from France, to our recent Open Morning. They have been travelling the world looking at farms and alternative agriculture along with the idea of supporting young people in need. Our Open Mornings are always positive in sharing the work we undertake on the farm with our

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Changing Seasons


As the days get shorter and the temperature falls many things change on the farm. With changing seasons we lose the regular company of many of our native animals. This eastern water dragon will soon go into hibernation for the winter. We will not see the fleeting visits from red bellied black snakes that always

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Generosity in action.


A huge thank you to Andrew from “Digging Around”, and Brian, Justin and John from “Real Aussie Sheds” who gave up many hours today to help me construct a silage bunker. This infrastructure will help us to store the abundance of certified organic pasture, grown in one of the best seasons we have had for

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Rain, Hail or Shine.


Farmers with livestock need to work in all weather conditions. We are looking forward to some cooler weather on the way as its been a hot summer. New technology brings such things as smart phones enabling us to have great access the the world from the middle of a paddock. We can much more accurately

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New farm vistas.


The new highway construction is moving ahead at pace now. You can see in this photo the bridge girders being lifted in place where the highway crosses Broughton Creek next to the farm. Being so close to the construction has been an education as the average person (me) has got no idea how big it

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Equal Opportunities.


Growing plants and animals is a hugely therapeutic exercise for all the young people (and us!) referred to the farm. We are always looking to include as many young people in all the activities we can. Those young people that visit who are confined to wheelchairs we want to include in our veggie garden work

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