The diverse soils and seasonal conditions of the Southern Highlands, offers us a wide range of fresh seasonal produce to both cook with and have available for purchase at our Farm Gate.

Farming in the Southern Highlands traditionally focused on cattle and dairy and crops suited to the deep volcanic soils around Robertson; however, over the past decades, traditional producers have been joined by a growing number of artisan farmers to develop a wide range of quality produce grown using sustainable farming practices.

Local specialties include Angus beef, goats, Toulouse geese, Wessex saddleback pigs, olives, olive oil and infused olive oils, organic milk, eggs and cheeses, sheep’s milk cheeses, apples, pears and varieties of cherries, locally brewed beers, traditional cakes and sourdough breads, sausages and smoked meats, raspberries, handmade jams and chutneys and all types of potatoes, as well as truffles and exotic mushrooms.



6th generation cattle producers we breed grass fed Angus beef , its processed locally wet and dry aged. We slow roast, grill or smoke our beef, which is featured in our weekend traditional roast lunches.
Our burgers are all fresh pressed.

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High quality meat is not about the butcher; our free-range pork operation started with two chubby pigs, a gift that quickly grew turned into integral part of our farming operations. Our small goods are cured locally at Mittagong in a heritage style and are seasonally available from the café and the farm shop.



At the farms we run dorper x ewes. Our seasonal pasture fed lamb is delicious in taste and texture. There is limited seasonal supply, watch the farm gate fridge and specials board.



We are developing our Nursery with a focus on trees, seeds, and heirloom fruit and vegetables varieties.
In June we will regenerate the farm orchard for the farm gate operation.



Even with the abundance of local produce in Southern Highlands, if you’re like us we love being able to have produce out of season. In the New Year we’ll be branching out with our own range of preserves and pickled goods so watch this space.



At Farm club we have started our beekeeping journey, our flow hive is being established in the orchard and we are working with local bee keepers to learn the art, local honey is available as a natural sweetener featured in our menus and from the farm shop.