What’s Available At the Farm shop.
Johnsonville Stone Fruits
Juicy Summer Oranges
Pure Fresh Orange Juice
Gippsland Jersey Butter
Homemade Lemon Butter
Preserves / Balsamics
Golden Nugget Pumpkins
New Season Shallots
New Season Garlic
Gippsland Pastured Eggs
OUR GIPPSLAND FARM
This is the story of a Gippsland girl, a Murray boy and a heritage citrus farm.
You can take the girl out of Gippsland but you can’t take Gippsland out of the girl… And so began the adventure to grow cool climate citrus in the rolling hills of Gippsland.
‘Oranges aren’t grown in Gippsland’…or are they? It might come as a surprise to know that there are varieties of cold tolerant citrus, ideal for growing in the cooler climate of Gippsland in South-East Victoria.
High upon the ridge at Nambrok, in Central Gippsland is the sister property of Kingfisher Citrus. An elevated seventy five acres of sandy loam soil with sweeping views of the Holey Plains National Park.
The farmhouse is built and so too the packing shed. The irrigation dam dug and trial plots are planted. With water secured the plantings will begin. Acres upon acres of lemons, limes and oranges… and did we mention avocados?!
Simmering on the stove in the farmhouse kitchen, is the makings of our artisan preserves. Made by hand and with love from the raw fruits harvested on our heritage family farm, is a selection of traditional marmalades and specialty jams, sweet and savoury pickles and infused balsamic vinegars.
Whilst we know that a great eating orange needs time to grow… you needn’t go without! For we have NOW opened our sweetest Kingfisher Farm Shop in Nambrok! All seasonal produce you’ve come to know and love, from our farmers market stall, fresh at our Farm Shop for you to enjoy!
Open Friday afternoons from 2:00pm – 5:30pm and across your weekend on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10:00am – 2:00pm!
Just off the Princes Highway between Traralgon and Sale is where you’ll find our little Farm Shop, in pride of place at 55 Nambrok Road, Nambrok, Victoria 3847.
‘A taste of Sunraysia in the rolling hills of Gippsland’ – trace the taste.