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A Bespoke Harvest in a magical place called Forrest

By | March 9th, 2017|Categories: ethical eating, passionate people, places to visit|

I recently spent three incredible days in and around a little place called Forrest, just two hours south-west of Melbourne amongst the Otway Ranges. It’s about 40 minutes inland from its flashier cousins Lorne and Apollo Bay, which boast beautiful beaches, nightlife and cafes galore. But what Forrest lacks in outward sex appeal it makes [...]

Kiltynane Wines is doing it their way

By | November 27th, 2014|Categories: eco living, passionate people, places to visit|

Blend 27 degrees, blue skies, Aussie bush, water views, a biodynamic vineyard and veg garden, a chicken coop, a productive beehive, one delightfully hospitable host and the shade of a fig tree and you have the recipe for a perfect day out, no? Kiltynane Wines is perched on the shore of Swan Bay, Bellarine [...]

Spanish lessons on sustainability

By | January 25th, 2012|Categories: eco living, ethical eating, places to visit|

Sustainable Table's former project manager Nicole Morris gives us a taste of Spain and an insight into what we can learn from the land of tapas and afternoon siestas... My sister and I recently returned from a 7-night self-guided bike tour through the La Rioja wine region of northern Spain. Not your usual tourist trail, [...]

Feeling Agrarian

By | October 7th, 2011|Categories: ethical eating, places to visit|

If you haven't been to Tasmania here's your reason to cross the Bass: a quaint establishment set on five acres, The Agrarian Kitchen is a working farm that incorporates an extensive vegetable garden, orchard, berry patch, and herb garden - all grown using organic principles. Set up in July 2007, it serves as Tasmania’s first [...]

A Market on the Murray

By | October 5th, 2011|Categories: ethical eating, places to visit|

Echuca Farmers' Market can be found on a modest reserve down the main drag of this Murray-side town. Peppered with stallholders, a breakfast caravan (you can pick up a grinders coffee with your egg and bacon roll) and a swath of friendly folk, the market offers the best of local produce ranging from olives, cheeses, [...]