New South Wales:    Mid North Coast

Honeycomb Valley Farm & Farmstay

Honeycomb Valley Farm & Farmstay

3736 Wallanbah Rd
Nabiac, New South Wales 2312

Contact Person: Anna Campbell
Phone: 02 6554 1460

“Life wasn't meant to be a monoculture,” says Anna Campbell, “and that's why we love to grow and produce all sorts of products and experiences on our sustainable small family farm.”

Honeycomb Valley has been in operation for five years and is currently open to pre-booked farm-stay guests, as well as bus tour groups by appointment for morning teas  and tours. It is a sustainable mixed farm, practicing agritourism, and making solar baked and dried produce.

The farm’s products are:

  • Raw, hand-spun honey (Honeycomb Valley Raw Honey)
  • Free range eggs
  • Sun-baked slices & biscuits
  • Fruit and vegetables in season
  • Real goat's milk soap
  • Lip and skin balms made with honey, sun-melted beeswax and organic ingredients
  • Honeycomb Valley Farmerceuticals - includes natural skin care products such as Farm Balm, Goat's Milk Soap, Bugs Bee Gone, Honey Fix My Lips etc
  • Rosella cordial
  • Mulberry jam
  • Honey BBQ sauce 
  • Rare Sugarbag honey

Honeycomb Valley is a registered breeder of Saanen goats, Miniature Galloway Cattle, Dorper Sheep. The sun-baked foods are unique to this property and raw hand-spun honey is hard to find.

The products are sold in Nabiac, Gloucester  and Blackhead Beach Markets, as well as at some retailers, pharmacies and tourist bureaus.

Although not certified organic, the farm is run on organic principles. This is a real farm, with real food. The chickens live in colourful caravans, there's a motel for native bees, and the farmgate shop is built into a recycled shipping container. You can try the farm's teas and infused honey products. Honeycomb Valley Farm has the largest solar oven in Australia and visitors can taste how delicious sun-cooked food can be.

Mail order is available. Call to discuss other delivery options.


News and Updates:

Honeycomb Valley Farm opens its doors to the public from Spring 2012 with a new farmgate shop. Buy a ticket to enter the farm with its amazing useful plant garden, meet the farm animals, and learn about native bees and Sugarbag honey at the Native Bee Sanctuary.

GPS coordinates: -32.0984060000, 152.3485980000

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