The Rainbow Bar at Seeds of Life, Robina

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Need a lunch that’s made from local organic produce and is completely allergen free? The founders of Australia’s first organic grain-free bakery, Seeds of Life, recently launched an extension of…

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Flutterbies Cottage Cafe

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There’s nothing like a drive in the country to clear your head. For me, a journey to Tyalgum feels as though we’ve entered the landscape that inspired FernGully or Avatar.…

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Farm & Co

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“🌻 Sunflowers : Some little ones..” The daily ‘state of the flowers’ update on Farm & Co’s Instagram page is testament to their incredible popularity. As young girls pile out…

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Black Sheep Bistro

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If there's an unsung hero of the northern dining scene, it's the Black Sheep Bistro. Located not far from the Oxenford turnoff, the Black Sheep is a local favourite, especially…

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Barrio Byron Bay

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We never made it to Francisco’s Table, so today we’re trying to make up for lost experiences. (How we could miss a wandering chef setting up a feast on huge…

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The Oak Café

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Somehow, every time we visit Mudgeeraba we fall in love again. It’s because little things count. A greeting from wait staff or a friendly smile from the open kitchen, water…

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Pasture & Co

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Sometimes, you need to go a little out of the way to find beautiful things. That’s so with Pasture & Co. Sitting alongside organic co-op Ground Grocer, facing the entrance…

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Currumbin Creek Food Trail

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Settled by Europeans in the 1840s, Currumbin Valley, with its rich, fertile soil has long been associated with food production. Its original use for logging and grazing was soon joined…

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Going Organic

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“Organics is one of Australia’s top 5 growth industries, becoming mainstream,” says the Australian Organic Market Report. “Supermarkets are fast embracing organics, with growth propelled by the average Australian,” the…

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Double Barrel Kitchen

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Having kitted out some of the smartest restaurants in town (think Etsu and Mamasan), Jess Winters had plenty of ideas for what she wanted in her first cafe, so her…

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