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When is it ?

Sunday

5th May - 10am to 4pm

Featuring a great lineup of speakers to help you learn more about growing your food for personal consumption or to provide to your local community.

Josh Byrne, from ABC Gardening Australia

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Come and hear Josh Byrne at the SJ Food & Farm Fest to be held at Quarry Farm, Whitby.

Sabrina Hahn, from ABC Roots and Shoots, Saturday morning gardening show.

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Come and meet Sabrina Hahn, she will be giving a talk and also will have her books etc for sale in her own stall.

If you want to grow anything Sabrina is the person to ask how to do it.

Food and Farm Fest 2019

Stall holder information and application forms.

Click here

The Stallholder Information, terms and conditions is now available please click the download button to get it.

Please click HERE to access the ONLINE application form after you have downloaded and read the Stallholder Terms and Conditions

If you are unable to use the online fillable form please contact us at info@sjfoodandfarmalliance.com.au

More activities for both kids and adults

Alpaca Show, a Poultry Show.

A pumpkin rolling competition.

Check out the special competition for kids, see below.

A great Kids Zone will be held inside the Auditorium.

Includes face painting and many other great activities.

Quarry Farm is a licensed facility

More great speakers, all included in the price of your ticket

Garry Heady from Beyond Gardens,

Linda Bonney and Peter Fearns (Fermented Foods),

Nancy Scade (Australian Native Nursery),

Paula Pownall from GrubsUp (all about growing crickets),

Robyn Brown on worm farming - there will be a make your own, take home worm farm for kids.

Tanvier Fowler talking about permaculture.


Come to the Food & Farm Fest on May 5th to enjoy the fun for everyone. Join in the fun of making a scarecrow for your school.

School Scarecrow Competition

Your school is invited to build a scarecrow for the 2019 Food and Fest. This is a great opportunity to get students and teachers alike working on a "whole school" project. Come together to build your school's scarecrow!

What do you need to know?

  • Entry is FREE for all schools

  • ONE entry per school

  • Scarecrows must be built from recyclable and/or recycled materials

  • The scarecrow will need to be built so as to be easily mounted onto and off from a star picket

  • A representative from your school will need to deliver your

  • scarecrow to Quarry Farm on the morning of the event between 6-9am

  • The winning scarecrow will be decided by the Fest goers

The scarecrow with the most votes on the day will win so make sure you come on down to vote for your school's scarecrow. There is a cash prize of $150 for the winning school. You can choose to donate your school's scarecrow after the competition, so that it can be auctioned to assist in fundraising for the SJ Food and Farm Alliance (the Not for Profit organisation hosting the FFF)

Be creative and have fun!

Any questions? CONTACT: Mandy Lloyd

Quarry Farm - Whitby