This is for group bookings only. Please email us to arrange a suitable date and time for your group.
We can also provide afternoon tea for $15 per person. This will be a range of backed goods and homemade goodies (freshly baked scones with homemade butter and lemon curd, brownies with homemade ice-cream or wipped cream).
Prior booking/arrangement needs to be made.
Please contact us to arrange this option: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along to our stunning place in Pigeon Bay and be inspired. We will also point out some permaculture features on our property and explain some organic gardening techniques.
On KoruKai Herb Farm everything is grown spray-free and organically with an integrated pest and disease management. We measure the nutrient density in our vegetables and herbs with a Brix meter and do soil tests on a regular basis to help us with decision making.
We implement permaculture principles wherever possible trying to close the "loop". We have a composting toilet and use water harvesting techniques like swales on contour on our hilly block.
We keep Wiltshire sheep, ducks, chickens and weaner pigs. We have a Jersey house cow and transform the milk into butter, cheese and yoghurt.
We offer a range of workshops throughout the year.
A Certificate in Organic Horticulture, an Apprenticeship in Herbal Medicine and living on a farm in Pigeon Bay equip her with a lot of knowledge and experience with growing food and living a healthy life. Together with her husband Kai, who is the bee-keeper, mushroom-grower and permaculturist in the family, they raise their two children on a block with 15 acres. They grow all their vegetables, raise animals and run their herb farm business KoruKai.