See your future meals grow from seed, learn about our organic farm processes and get recipe suggestions for your veggie delivery.
Eat fresh, local, seasonal and know exactly where your food comes from.
By purchasing a share, you are guaranteed access to the best produce from our farm. A weekly share contains between 8 and 15 different vegetables depending on the season.
✓ 100% Organic
✓ All grown locally on our farm in Richmond, NSW
✓ Recycled and repurposed packaging only
✓ Weekly recipe suggestions and farm updates to your inbox
It feels good to have made the switch (finally) to eating seasonally and organic. I particularly love seeing pictures of everything growing the weeks and months before I get it!
Really enjoying my veggies delivered once a fortnight! Everything is so incredibly fresh and nutritious and loving opening my box to see what I’m getting each time! Highly recommend!
Oh my gosh, I love my Five Serves Produce and always look forward to delivery day! Always fresh with helpful tips and hints. And today I received a sweet bouquet of flowers too! Above and beyond.
February 03, 2019
February 3, 2019 Many parents out there will understand the challenge of balancing work and parenthood. I have been doing it for 10 years already since I met my partner who had a 4 year old, Nadia, at the time. Nadia lived, and still does, primarily with him so I...
February 13, 2018
Questions to ask your farmer
February 13, 2018 People often ask if they can visit the farm. Everyone likes to know where their food comes from and that it is safe, nutritious, fresh and healthy. We all want to minimise the environmental footprint of our food system. But how can you really know what’s happening...
February 06, 2018
Farm events and their purpose
February 6, 2018 On 17th February 2018 we are having another farm event. This one will be a simple gathering for tea and coffee to meet other members and me, if you haven’t had the chance already. We will then go on a tasty farm tour where I will demonstrate...
January 26, 2018
Lessons from 2017
January 26, 2018 They say you do things in your first year of owning a farm business that you will never do again in the rest of your farming career. Everything is new and exciting and you want to stick your finger in all the pies. Which is a good...