We acknowledge that we live and farm on Dja Dja Wurrung country, and that Aboriginal sovereignty on this land has not been ceded.
We pay our respects to the Dja Dja Wurrung people as the traditional custodians of this land, and to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Buy Certified Organic Produce
Find us at Castlemaine Farmers Market Weekly every Wednesday 2.30-5.30pm (winter) and 3.30-6.30pm (summer). Note – market timing are subject to change.
Produce is sometimes available to pre-order for collection at either farmers markets or our Farm Shop. Click the button below to see what is available.
Fruit, veggies and dairy are also available through our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs. CSA ‘memberships’ are opened at the start of each season.
To be notified of openings in veggie or fruit CSAs, subscribe to our newsletter.
To join the waitlist for the dairy CSA click here.
Fruit trees are available in winter from Carr’s Organic Fruit Tree Nursery – buy trees here. Orders close by June 30, and trees will be available to pick-up from the farm on the first two weekends of July – Saturday 3rd, Sunday 4th, Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th, from 10 am to 4 pm.
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Latest updates from the coop
Here’s the results of our feedback survey for the 2019/20 fruit CSA. I had 70/100 members fill out the survey which is excellent! Of those respondents, 95% rated our CSA 4 or 5 out of 5 for ‘quality of produce’, ‘value for money’ and ‘communications’ – and that is even more excellent!
Three years ago Katie was looking for someone to join forces with her and Merv in the bare rooted fruit tree nursery. They had been doing it for years together, Katie learning everything about growing new fruit trees from scratch side by side with her dad Merv. They...
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.
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 earliest...
It’s all about planning times and carpets of the mind. How important is it to be well of mind and body…plus some great pics of the dream team!
Depending on how you get your kicks, running a budget may not thrill you like the thought of growing beets or milking a cow but there’s a certain beauty in a good spreadsheet.
The Weekly Farmers Market has been going from strength to strength lately with more and more stall holders coming every week. A solid and reliable constant through our the chaos of the pandemic, it really is becoming a staple part of the communities food habits. Not only that, the subtle and more obvious community building that happens through this market is really what its all about.