09 Sep The Farm Byron Bay
Byron Bay’s The Farm is a 31-hectare working farm located just off the highway on Ewingsdale Road. Established five years ago by local couple Tom and Emma Lane, The Farm and its collective of micro-businesses have become a firm favourite with locals and tourists alike.
The philosophy of The Farm is “to grow, feed, educate and give back”. It’s a unique and timely business proposition, and if its popularity is anything to go by, it’s a message that has clearly resonated.
When you drop by The Farm, you’ll find fields of crops and veggie patches, along with free-roaming pigs, cattle and chickens. All food grown by the producers at The Farm is 100% spray and chemical-free. The added bonus is that you get to taste-test the produce grown on the land at one of The Farm’s successful eateries.
Like-minded businesses such as Three Blue Ducks, The Bread Social, Baylato and The Garden Shed are thriving at The Farm. These businesses bring in around $1 million in rental income each year and attract approximately 500,000 visitors annually.
On top of that, The Farm runs private events and social enterprise initiatives. There’s also an onsite education centre, where adults and children can attend workshops and learn more about the origin of food and the importance of regenerative farming practice.
This is a unique business opportunity valued in excess of $20 million.
If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch with Ed on 0418 660 063.