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Fruit tree nursery coffs harbour heirloom varieties of grapes to be harvested for restaurant wine pairing and or for dessert.

The site includes a nursery, an underground winery to store, mature and process grapes for restaurant use.

Vegetable production also includes overwintering for a year-round supply of fresh vegetables for menus and a year-round supply of produce for canning, freezing, dehydrating and preserving.

Coffs Harbour Fruit Estate and Nursery

This new site is growing by 10ha of fruit, vegetables and grains with plans for a new 4,000-litre wine cellar.

The fruit and vegetables are grown to provide fresh local produce for various health benefits and food events.

The land is also a magnet for birds, and the estate has eight free-range hens, currently operating in suspended egg collection.

The hens are each raising approximately 150 eggs each year which will hatch as healthy chicks and will hopefully be reared in an intensive process under our strict regulations, as a variety of health foods and culinary delicacies.

Current rainfall average is 4,150mm a year.

Long-term visions also include plans for drought-resistant crop production, farm tourism, cafe concepts and international trade partnerships.

We are excited about all of these possibilities and hope to be here for a long time to come.

The first fruits of our labour are coming. The garden is now a busy place where we will look after hundreds of plants, install irrigation and secure the produce as needed to create fresh local produce for the good people of Coffs Harbour.

It’s a rich and exciting time.

For more information on the first tranche of products and ideas to come, visit our website at: www.coffscof.com.

While our beds are just as busy as our new vineyard, we have already begun this year’s vegetable planting program. Our vegetable production includes overwintering for a year-round supply of fresh vegetables for menus and a year-round supply of produce for canning, freezing, dehydrating and preserving.

So far we’ve planted approximately 8,000 seedlings with plans to grow on these with eight rows of blueberries, two rows of blackcurrants, two rows of bluegum, two rows of summerberries and two rows of sour cherries.

We’re in the early stages of two new food projects, which we’re also very excited about.

Farm Tour &, Winery Program in association with the Dorchester Institute of Rural Studies and Conservation.

Up until now the only way to experience our farm has been as a tour with fresh farm produce available for purchase.

We are so excited about this opportunity as it opens up the door for a year-round appointment for people to come and meet our team, share in our passion for local food, work with local growers and also the first of all hospitality aspects, meeting our team on the farm.

We are also looking forward to offering a wine tour &, tasting program where we offer people the opportunity to work with us and taste a series of fine wines we produce from our vineyard.

More details on these programs to follow soon.

For the time being, we’re looking forward to a very busy season.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with all the latest news.

See you on the farm!

Your passion for fresh local food, your love for our wonderful environment and a mission to promote a healthy lifestyle are only some of the things that set you apart from others. If you believe in what we’re doing here at Farm Glen Coffs, be one of the first to become a GARDEN4GUARD(TM) Membership today!

We are taking another step forward on our journey of sustainable food production and grape wine manufacturing with the re-opening of our Garden Tour and Vineyard Winery Program.

This year our program will be held on Saturday 21st September. (We will be operating under the Garden Tour name).

While the timing is a little different, we believe the new program is very exciting and will offer a new experience for our members and visitors alike.

We hope you can join us for a delicious lunch, fresh local produce, wine tasting and an opportunity to meet our crew, learn more about our business and our passion for growing and making delicious food and wine.

We look forward to seeing you there!

GARDEN4GUARD(TM)

We know how important it is to you that your vegetables are fresh, safe and grown in a healthy environment. That’s why we’re not using chemicals and pesticides.

We know how important it is to you that you have access to the land you choose to grow your own food.

That’s why we have private leaseholders rather than shareholders who own a large portion of our land.

We know how important it is that the berries and the grapes you purchase are grown in a sustainable fashion.

That’s why our soil is left undisturbed with no pesticides and no herbicides.

That’s why we grow organically.

Your passion for fresh local food, your love for our wonderful environment and a mission to promote a healthy lifestyle are only some of the things that set you apart from others.

If you believe in what we’re doing here at Farm Glen Coffs, be one of the first to become a GARDEN4GUARD(TM) Membership today!

It’s been just over a month since we last updated our social media profiles.

Since then we’ve had a massive expansion of our equipment and hired an enthusiastic and highly skilled maintenance crew.

Farm Glen Coffs have now three new bakers, three new extractors and a fleet of trucks to cover the new pieces of equipment that we purchased and are in the process of installing.

The first group of machinery arrived last week. On that same week we had



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