Welcome to The Farm Byron Bay!
We're big on sustainable farming and getting back to traditional methods of growing food for the community. We’re 100% spray and chemical free. Our ultimate goal is to Grow, Feed and Educate, and The Farm provides a space for all of these elements to come together with our farm residents, Three Blue Ducks Restaurant & Cafe, The Bread Social, Flowers at The Farm, Milkwood Permaculture courses and Farm Yoga.
There's lots to do and see, so come and say hi, take a wander around the place and check out our farm animals, stroll past our paddocks and treat yourself to something nourishing from the café and farm shop.
The Farm Community
Three Blue Ducks Restaurant
Opening Hours (Open 7 Days).
Monday to Thursday - Doors open 7am
Breakfast 8am - 11.45am, Lunch 12.15pm - 4pm (last orders 3pm)
Friday to Sunday - Doors open 7am
Breakfast 7.30am - 11.45am, Lunch 12.15pm - 3pm (snacks 3 - 5pm)
Dinner 5pm - 10pm (last orders 9pm)
Dinner bookings only - visit our website or phone - (02) 6684 7795
Flowers at the Farm
Phone - (02) 6684 8092
Mobile - 0449 256 455
Email - email@example.com
The Bread Social
Phone - (02) 6684 7940
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Children at The Farm
Email - email@example.com
Mobile - 0401 198 370
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Farm Yoga Timetable can be found here
Price - $18 / class - $15 / concession - $10 / kids 8-12 - Introductory 1 month unlimited practice for $50.
Phone - (02) 5300 4473
Website - www.milkwood.net
Events on The Farm
Contact us for more info by emailing email@example.com
Contact The Farm Byron Bay
11 Ewingsdale Rd Ewingsdale, NSW, 2481
Admin, Media & General Enquiries
Phone: (02) 6684 7888
ABN: 78 167 078 006
The Farm News
The Farm presents Fun on The Farm these school holidays with Annie Bryant. 2 hours of farm fun, games, natural crafting, seasonal stories and songs. Tuesday 30th June, Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd July - 10am-12pm. Ages 5-12 years
Bring along your picnic rugs & umbrellas for a lazy afternoon of feasting on our food hampers, live music and general merry making. With plenty of space for the little ones to run around and play safely you can relax on the lawn or take a pleasant stroll amongst the macadamia trees.
For as long as I can remember Byron Bay held a reputation as a mythical destination, a place of beauty and wonder. Then you get there, or try to get there but there is too much traffic, the streets are filled with dirty hippies and people trying to live an alternative lifestyle, man….
Elephant Room radio interview with Tom Lane from the Farm Byron Bay. We're big on sustainable farming and getting back to traditional methods of growing food for the community. We’re 100% spray and chemical free. Our ultimate goal is to Grow, Feed and Educate.