Inspiring a sustainable future with experiences for all your senses!
At Peppermint Ridge Farm, we are passionate about farming in harmony with our unique Australian environment. Since 1996 we have been offering a range of Taste Learn See experiences designed to excite and inspire. Our eight hectare property has been transformed into a Cornucopia of edible delights featuring Australian native foods and other produce. Julie and Anthony invite you to pay a visit to the farm for one of our popular, regular events, or organise your own special day out. Take in the beautiful bushland setting and views from our terrace cafe whilst enjoying a delicious meal featuring the unique native food flavours. Unwind and escape with a stay at The Haven, our art deco themed accommodation.
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As-it-happens update ⋅ 14 August 2014
|Read the recent article about the farm featured in the August 13 2014 edition of the Weekly Times. We are also excited that the farm has been nominated for a farming award through the Weekly Times.|
Weekly Times Now
Feathered friends: Julie Weatherhead and Anthony Hooper opens the gates of their Peppermint Ridge Farm at Tynong North in Gippsland to the ...
I purchased an appleberry plant (as well as several other plants) from you a while back now and it is growing well.
It has fruit on it but I hoped you could tell me how I will know if the fruit is ripe or not.
I’ve also been using your recipe book and love it – I had loads of warrigal greens and have made the pesto as well as some gnocchi – both are great.Read more...
On behalf of Home Economics Victoria, I would like to thank you for presenting the 'Indigenous foods: The unique flavours of Australia' Session at our 2011 Food Focus Conference on Monday 23 May.
The feedback from your presentation was excellent and participants valued the opportunity to learn from your expertise in this area. Some of the comments included:Read more...