Emma Lane Takes Us Behind The Scenes At The Farm
Talking DIRT with The Farm at Byron Bay
Green and Simple
Emma Lane is one of those people you warm to immediately. She has a presence that’s both friendly and familiar and it makes you want to hug her immediately on meeting. We have arranged to meet outside the garden shed, which operates as a nursery and florist at The Farm Byron Bay, the sustainable co-op…
A Different Kind of Farm in Byron Bay
Mindful Culture Magazine
The Farm's philosophy is simple yet wholesome and effective... "Grow your food, your people and your community. Feed and nourish your physical self, your soul and the land on which you live. Educate yourself, your family and…
Things to do in Byron Bay
A moment of mild family panic inspired a sprawling farm, co-op and educational resource. In partnership with Mastercard Priceless Cities, we unearth how The Farm became so much more than one family’s attempt at self-sufficency…
from farm to table
This 80-acre working farm located in Ewingsdale, houses a collection of micro-businesses, all operating with the same motto — to grow, feed, and educate its guests…
Safety First: Case Study
Inside Out Magazine
A new book from The Farm at Byron Bay celebrates wholesome food to share. Read this issue of Inside Out Magazine for The Farm’s Spring Fennel, Radicchio, Caper and Pine Nut Salad recipe.
Radio 5AA Interview
Trade Farm Machinery
With more than 5,000 visitors a week, safety is paramount to agri-tourism business The Farm. When Johno Hunter was growing up on a farm …
A taste of Byron Bay
Michael Keelan, Leith Forrest and Tom Lane
Listen to Michael Keelan and Leith Forrest on Radio 5AA interview The Farm’s founder, Tom Lane.
Interview With: The Farm Byron Bay
New Straits Times
WHILE it’s the surfing, bohemian and alternate lifestyle that attracts most visitors, food has always been important for many visitors to Byron Bay in the far north of New South Wales near the Queensland border…
When Brewer Meets Farmer
The Happiness Journal
Tell us the backstory behind The Farm - what inspired the brand and what sparked the desire to make the dream a reality? The story behind The Farm starts in a backyard veggie patch…
Life on the farm
Stone And Wood Brewery
Dark 'N' Northerly – our latest Pilot Batch, with the help of our friends at The Farm.
There’s this incredibly satisfying feeling that comes from knowing you grew something yourself. The time, effort, patience and hope all contribute to that moment …
Field's of gold
The Farm Community is an inspiring book about how real change can happen when people come together. In its pages you’ll find stories, recipes and simple steps to living more sustainably, whether in the city, the suburbs or the countryside, collected through…
Beyond the bounty of its fertile soil, The Farm at Byron Bay is also a place of rich personal rewards and precious memories. Join Tom and Emma Lane, together with family and friends, as they nurture something truly special.
A Book About Community
Real Living Magazine
IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD, or in the case of Tom and Emma Lane and their four children, a farm. “We were living in Sydney, but wanted to give our kids a taste of the country life that both Tom and I had experienced growing up,” Emma explains.
How Byron Bay Is Revolutionizing Australia's Eating Habits
It’s hard to think of a project more emblematic of modern Byron than The Farm. Situated right at the gateway to town, the old flower farm, earmarked for a West Byron-like housing estate, was physically saved by a couple with a vision.
The Farm - A down to earth fairy tale
Byron Bay, the second most visited city in the state of New South Wales, used to be known as something of a party town. It was a particular favorite of graduating high school kids from around the state, who’d make the trip down every November for some quality beach time and easy access to herbal remedies.
Say G’day to Byron Bay
Once upon a time, a beautiful young backpacker left her home in England to travel to Australia in search of adventure. There she rescued two chickens from the clutches of an evil snake-man. They were magic chickens, who granted her three wishes…
Say G’day to Byron Bay
Daily Star UK
Once the preserve of hippies, surfers and spiritualists, Byron Bay has now added eco-tourists, yoga aficionados, city slickers and celebrities to its eclectic mix of holidaymakers.
The Farm Ice Cream
Head down under to Australia’s chic hippy town that’s beloved by the stars.
Planning on taking a group to Byron Bay?
The Farm ice-cream is available in the Dairy Bails next to the playground and wooden welcome signs. Currently there are two flavours available: Burnt Honey and Davidson plum. Both flavours are made using eggs straight from The Farm and other local ingredients.
Set on 80 acres, The Farm Byron Bay offers a unique paddock to plate experience for those not afraid to get their hands a little dirty. Embark on a behind-the-scenes tour of the farm and gain firsthand knowledge of the destination’s sustainable and ethical farming practices, and get up close and personal with the animals that call the farm home.