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Garden plots available at Canberra City Farm

By |2017-06-20T12:53:10+10:0020 June, 2017|general news|


The Canberra City Farm (CCF) has created nine allotments for Canberra Organic Gardeners-style gardening at Dairy Road, Fyshwick.

Each allotment is 8m x 5m with water laid on. You don’t need to rent a complete allotment—CCF can subdivide.

The soil is good and fertile, with few weeds. Most have full sun; two are partially shaded by elm […]

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Have you joined the Australian Fair Food Forum yet?

By |2017-05-16T14:05:20+10:0016 May, 2017|business, general news|

This forum is intended to support ‘communities of practice’ for all those working towards a sustainable and fair food system in Australia. It will be ‘go to’ place online to easily connect with, learn from and share knowledge with others in the fair food movement.

Join the conversation at www.fairfoodforum.org.au.

A new home for Homegrown Me’s commercial kitchen

By |2017-05-16T13:51:49+10:0016 May, 2017|business, general news|

Homegrown Me’s pop-up kitchen has found a new home at Canberra City Farm.

The Homegrown Me and Canberra City Farm Community Kitchen is for foodie start ups, community groups or people looking for a fully accredited commercial kitchen space to hire on a casual or part time basis.

Find out more

QPRC Tourism Plan open for comment

By |2017-05-16T13:09:37+10:0016 May, 2017|business, farmers market, general news|

Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) recognises the significant potential of tourism as a key driver of the visitor economy and economic growth in the region.  QPRC are preparing the region’s first Tourism Plan, which is open for public comment now.

What impact will it have on our local food industry? 

How will  affect your business?  

Have your say today at […]

Bungendore Harvest Festival Wrap Up

By |2017-05-03T22:01:58+10:003 May, 2017|business, general news|

What a wonderful weekend in Bungendore! The streets, quite literally, came alive as people enjoyed the sunny Autumn weather, talking to farmers and sampling food.

The streets were packed, with not a parking spot to be found for blocks, the ATM’s ran out of cash and local businesses […]

Market Stalls at the Bungendore Harvest Festival this Saturday

By |2017-04-27T20:02:37+10:0027 April, 2017|general news|

Gather your weekly fruit, veg, eggs, meat, honey and bread – all locally grown or made.  Spoil yourself with some gourmet treats.  Stock up on local wine.  Pick out a Mothers Day gift, grab some things for the garden or paddock; and when you’re done treat yourself to a local food lunch among the market […]

Choose your prize in our guessing competition

By |2017-04-27T19:40:25+10:0027 April, 2017|general news|

Head to the Southern Harvest stall on Saturday and have a go at our guessing competition.  You can win prizes ranging from a free lunch, a 50kg bag of potatoes, native herbs and spices, apple juice, olive oil gift pack, body spray, tickets to the Bega Valley Field Days in September, gift hamper, a book, […]

Farm, winery and garden tours at the Bungendore Harvest Festival

By |2017-04-26T23:00:44+10:0026 April, 2017|general news|

Learn where your food comes from, how it is produced, how you can grow your own, or simply enjoy the fruits of someone else’s labour by participating in a farm, winery or garden tour on Sunday 30th April during the Bungendore Harvest Festival.

Some tours require booking or RSVP, some require payment, and some are free.

Click on […]

Meet out Silent Auction Goat

By |2017-04-26T21:38:07+10:0026 April, 2017|general news|

Introducing William the wether – the star of our silent auction!

William is great for blackberry control and keeping the weeds down.  If you’d like to meet and bid for William, head to the Mulloon Creek Natural Farms market stall, where you’ll also find organic eggs and children’s activities.

To bid in the silent auction, you must […]

All action this weekend at the Bungendore Harvest Festival

By |2017-04-26T13:05:20+10:0026 April, 2017|general news|

The streets of Bungendore will come alive this Saturday with the Harvest Festival. Over 30 stalls will be positioned along Ellendon Street on Saturday featuring local food, fibre and farming in the area. There will be entertainment throughout the day including the Bungendore Community Choir, Irish Dancing and the Broken Arrows. Face painting and balloon […]

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