My favourite sort of day.. blue skies, Hot House Flowers, adventures, kids and The Farm.
Having heard so much about The Farm at Byron Bay I was feeling remiss that I hadn’t been there. Today was the day.
It’s a Saturday, and most people are getting wrapped up in Christmas shopping and the like but I grab the kids and decide to head off to explore The Farm.
There is something very therapeutic about the drive to Byron, or even Brunswick Heads… I’m not sure exactly what it is or why it happens but the transformation takes place roughly on the bridge over the Tweed River
I am in a haze of calm.
As always Mr Warning gives me a wink.
I love the vibe immediately at the Farm. It reminds me of Daylesford in the Cottswalds and that’s a great thing!
The kids take off to the swings and I start to scuffle my shoes along the white dusted drive way lost in day dreams… I’m digging The Farm!
I feel like its a wanderlust trip back in time. Back to my childhood growing up in Tasmania where there were endless fences to follow, paddocks to play in and dodge bulls in and creeks to sit by.
The space at The Farm is relaxing and I am so happy they are sharing it with all.
There is total calm at the farm (except maybe my city slicker kids who can’t get enough). A guy playing guitar, the beautiful back drop prattle of laughs and chit chat. Vineyard ambience, hipster dress code and I am really digging The Farm.
After a thirty minute wait, which should be mandatory, so you can check out the property and meander around, we are seated.
Yummy food, gluten free, dairy free, the menu is ticking a few of my boxes!
Organic, preservative free wines an even bigger tick!
I order fish of the day: Wahoo, with zucchini, almonds, quinoa, wild rice and macademia cream. Oh yes, quite delicious. Definitely worthy 9/10. Something different, healthy and stimulating! Well done guys.
The kids have a BBQ steak with roast veggies and a BBQ sausage on Sour Dough. YUM! Ticking more boxes.
Suck up the air, let go of the city bustle CHILL out.
The Farm has met my expectations and more. It is the space, the food, the friendliness of the staff and of course the swings.
Worth a day trip from any where just to find calm at the Farm. I love it.