Target Creek Farm works with Bangalay Dining to build a community food system that supports local farmers. Their aim is to raise grass-fed beef, direct to the consumer whilst improving the sustainability of their farm.
Terrewah Farm is a small scale, mixed enterprise in Kangaroo Valley. They grow organic vegetables and herbs, raise pastured poultry for eggs and meat, run dorper lambs and have a small but beautiful herd of dexter cows who produce both milk and beef. They practice regenerative growing methods, don’t use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides but focus instead on nourishing soil, allowing it to grow naturally amazing produce. They are committed to growing a thriving local food system that is freshly harvested, ethically raised and chemical free.
From Southern Highlands and Tablelands, both Lyn and the Winders observe regenerative
farming practices. Ducks are grown to 7-8 weeks of age, free to roam in flocks with
Maremma dogs to protect them from predators. Tend towards slightly darker meat and a
stronger flavour profile.
On their Milton property, Andrew and Phoebe rear Heritage Berkshire pigs, and Square Meter beef. They
also do fabulous chemical free vegetables. The Square Meter beefs are some of the best, plus such good yield – the Berkshires are small (dress about 40-ish kg) but are spot on in fat conformation and really good flavour profile.
Ian breeds Australian White sheep; pasture raised and rotationally grazed according to regenerative agriculture principles, his lambs are hand reared and sustainably farmed.
John and Helene pasture raise heritage saddleback pigs finishing them on acorns & apples. Their saddlebacks are smaller than standard – but SO good. They’ve also started utilizing seaweed in the feeding regimen, making John & Helene’s pigs better, in terms of meat-fat ratio and growth patterns.
Spectacular scenery aside, the South Coast of New South Wales features some of the richest pasturelands found in Australia. The conditions are ideal for the dairy industry, with carefully selected herds nurtured across many local dairy farms throughout the region.
Dedicated farmers are fully committed to the care, health and wellbeing of their herds. These key elements enable South Coast Dairy to produce premium quality milk and cream which is widely regarded as the freshest milk around.
Rockfield Park was the first settlement on Berry Mountain back in the 1860s. With a birds eye view over the entire Shoalhaven from the country to the coast, it is now home to Berry Mountain Lamb. We source high quality pasture raised lamb for Bangalay Dining from the green pastures of Rockfield Park to ensure our lamb dishes feature uncompromised flavour and are sourced locally and sustainably.
A local small family farm in the scenic hinterland village of Kangaroo Valley. Kristen’s passion and focus is on sustainability, regenerative farming and the welfare of their chickens that are fully pastured. Thanks to Kristen and the girls, our eggs at Bangalay Dining are both ethical and delicious.
Our chickens are sustainably sourced from Crooked River Farm, a small scale, mixed species local farm based in Gerringong. Producing pasture raised chickens, the local coastal farm sits on the fertile flats of Crooked River.