Yoghurt systems go!

Yoghurt systems go!

Sellar Farmhouse Creamery is launching our yoghurt! Sellar Farmhouse Creamery is very excited to finally launch our yoghurt! Similar to our milk, the yoghurt comes in a 1ltr returnable jar. It is yoghurt in it’s purest form, no additives, milk powders or thickeners....
Welcome Lizzie!

Welcome Lizzie!

A new era in the nursery… This is Liz, who you might have noticed in recent nursery shots on Grow Great Fruit’s Facebook or Instagram, along with me (Katie) and Merv (Pa). If you’re thinking she looks a lot like me you’d be right, she’s...
Growing For the Murnong Mamas Kitchen

Growing For the Murnong Mamas Kitchen

  This week for the Gung Hoe Growers blog Claire has taken the spotlight. We are working with her and Aunty Julie and Melinda Harper to transform one of our plots into bush foods. This project is super close to our hearts and we are beyond excited to be working...
A new chapter begins

A new chapter begins

A new chapter begins It is with great excitement and honour that I am to be writing the blog this week for the Co-op. I have been awaiting the start of my internship with Gung Hoe with much anticipation ever since the idea was proposed over two months ago!  I...
Veggies are Joyful!

Veggies are Joyful!

This month we’ve asked one of our long time dedicated volunteers, Abigail to share some words from her perspecitve about how volunteering with Gung Hoe is for her. Almost every week, Abigail (along with other long time collie Cohen) ride their bikes the 45min...
Reusable packaging

Reusable packaging

Here at Sellar Farmhouse Creamery we were never interested in selling milk in single use packaging. However there’s much more to it than you might think. Every week when we return from market and unload creates of returned milk bottles for reuse, it blows my mind to...
Winter Veggies

Winter Veggies

We just wanted to take a moment to update everyone on the comings and goings of the last few months and those to come. Firstly many people have been asking about our winter veggie boxes…in short we’re not going to start up boxes again until Spring at the...