Posts in Three Blue Ducks
Super Sydney is Spectacular

Daily Star UK

If you fancy getting out of the city, a quick flight north gets you to Byron Bay in 1hr 20mins. The 500-mile journey is a nine-hour road trip up the Pacific Highway but most choose to fly on Jet Star – Australia’s budget airline. Your first stop should be The Farm and its Three Blue Ducks restaurant.

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Top 10 family friendly things to do in Byron Bay


Byron Bay’s appeal is its feathers-in-your-hair sense of playfulness and acceptance that is missing almost everywhere else these days. Want to go to the supermarket in your crochet bikini? We love that! Feel like organising a nude cycle with your friends down the main street? Great idea! Want to open an organic/raw/vegan/gluten-free cafe? We’re already lining up! Need a healing tantric or Kundalini massage? Rebirthing breath sessions? Want to become a Reiki Master or learn how to build a sustainable house? You’ve come to the right place.

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The best of Byron Bay: Foodies flocking to Northern Rivers region to feast at top eateries

The Australian

ASTRID McCormack often has a laugh about how taken aback people are when they arrive at her tiny restaurant, Fleet. Like Fleet, The Farm has redefined regional food tourism in this state, with hundreds of visitors arriving daily to spread out over the sprawling property, admiring the livestock on-site, in some cases picking the vegetables that spring from the ruddy earth here, and eating great food that pours forth from the kitchen like the tide.

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Food Briefing - Global

Monocle Magazine

Surprise is on the menu this month with coffee from a hole-in-the-wall in New Zealand and a restaurant, shop and gallery popping up in an old newsroom in Madrid. We also sup cider in the Big Apple and break ground in Byron Bay’s growing food scene. Join us on our worldwide tour of where is best to eat.

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Sydney Weekender visits The Farm

Sydney Weekender

Byron Bay has a farm eieio. And on that farm they have animals, farm tours, restaurants, yoga and more! The Farm Byron Bay is about getting back to traditional ways of growing food. Say hello to their animals like chickens and pigs or go for a stroll past paddocks. You might recognise their restaurant from their Sydney sister, it’s Three Blue Ducks. They’re plating up meals like sesame crusted kingfish with chinese broccoli and caramelised chilli. You can also learn to make bread or grow flowers plus join a Milkwood Permaculture course. The Farm Byron Bay is a beautiful spot to meditate and you can do that with Yoga at The Farm.

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Dishing the Dirt

Voyeur Magazine

Reality television shows such as MasterChef have revived the humble home-cooked meal, and there’s no reason why ingredients can’t be homegrown, too. Here are the farmers, restaurateurs and chefs bringing paddock-to-plate eating a whole new level.

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The Farm Byron Bay: Three Blue Ducks


A unique Byron Bay farming initiative combines culinary flair with country fare. The Farm is possibly the most exciting venture to hit New South Wales’ most exciting town in more than a decade, maybe two. The 34-hectare community farm, complete with the far north coast’s best new restaurant, is located just a few metres from the busy main road into Byron Bay. In the 34 years since my family first moved to this hippie haven, I’ve never seen anything quite so … well … hippie. And it all began with a missing little girl and the dad who found her; the father who could never quite leave his childhood years behind.

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Healthy food ideas for family holidays

Sydney Morning Herald

The Farm, Byron Bay. This place opened in March, with the aim to “grow, feed and educate”. One of my favourite restaurants, Three Blue Ducks, is on site. Its menu lists the number of kilometres  from where the produce was grown. On a children’s Farm to Fork Holiday, kids from   five to  11 can plant a crop, or learn to make yoghurt cheese.

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Three Days In Byron

Eat Sydney

For as long as I can remember Byron Bay held a reputation as a mythical destination, a place of beauty and wonder. Then you get there, or try to get there but there is too much traffic, the streets are filled with dirty hippies and people trying to live an alternative lifestyle, man…. They too flock to the mythical beauty.

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