The Farm Byron Bay11 Ewingsdale Road, Ewingsdale
Tel: +61 2 6684 7888
4.0 Stars written by Rosie Lambert
This is a great place to visit on your way into or out of Byron Bay. There is a farm shop where you can buy packaged goods and hot snacks, but obviously they are all very pricey. There is also a flower/plant shop that sells some very beautiful wares.
There is also an on-site restaurant however we did not eat in there so I cannot comment.
The highlight of the farm is being able to walk the grounds and spot the animals they have, including the fluffy cows.
4.0 Stars written by Glenn McGregor
Country style at its best. Relaxed dining set amongst the comfort of a rustic country setting. Our party of Seven was warmly welcomed and cared for through the night by friendly and courteous staff. We were seated near a talented young musician who entertained us throughout the night. The menu had a good selection of local and seasonal produce. Our table sampled the pork, lamb, and beef, with a range of inventive sides. All were tasty and came to the table fairly quickly. Two of the lamb dishes were too under cooked for our liking and were politely taken away, with complementary drinks offered to remedy the situation. Soon after, two new plates of perfectly cook lamb arrived to take their place.
Coffee and dessert were simple but tasty, and all we could eat after such a sumptuous spread.
Overall a great night, we all agreed it was somewhere we would be coming back to soon.
5.0 Stars written by CGKjourneys
A very cool and trendy place to stop on your way to Byron Bay.
There are a few eating options, Three Blue Ducks Cafe, The Produce Store and The Bread Store. We happened to arrive at around 11am as we forgot about the time difference heading into New South Wales and was surprised at how super busy this place was for a weekday with loads of tourist and locals. We love that this place is passionate about providing quality food from the Farm and local area. If you are wanting brunch, lunch or dinner, recommend booking so you get a seat, food looked great and with lots of alcohol and non-alcohol drink to enjoy.
We enjoyed a boutique coffee and a delicious Portuguese custard tart from the bread store in the barn.
If you are planning on a picnic at the beach then the produce store sells a great selection of deli meat/fish items, cheeses, drinks alcohol and non-alcohol and local produce to full the picnic basket.
5.0 Stars written by Nga Le
Definitely an experience. When the macadamia and pecan are ready, the public can come and crack open as many as they want. Wow. Food is amazing. Limited seating so there can be a wait to get a seat so make sure to book a table. Their bakery is just delicious. Staff are friendly and attentive. Plenty of parking, will just need to walk up some dirt roads but worth the trek
5.0 Stars written by Juanita Bradford
The farm is an excellent business idea showcasing sustainable produce. The farm itself wasn’t as big as in expected with only a few paddocks with animals (pigs, piglets and cow). Food at three blue ducks was amazing. Definitely drew the crowd when I was there on a long weekend.