Get Forked and Fly
I just can’t wait any longer.
You see when the front gate at The Farm in Byron Bay swung open a little more than six months ago I decided to wait for the dust to settle on the car park, so to speak, before highlighting the newcomer on my blog. I thought I would wait until the initial convoy of curious locals, destination day-trippers and Byron beach holidaymakers who were descending on The Farm in droves had slowed down somewhat – and left me a parking space up front – before taking a closer look at the project.
There’s just one problem. The Farm right now is busier than ever and each time I happen to drive by or pay a visit, the car park is buzzing – from breakfast to close, seven days a week. I’ve come to the realisation that the dust isn’t about to settle anytime soon and so I just can’t wait any longer. It’s time to sit with my laptop and thoughts to noodle about what is probably the most ambitious development project seen in Byron Bay for a number of years – and I have a sneaking feeling that this won’t be the last time I write a piece about innovations and developments at The Farm.