Warrah Biodynamic Farm
Warrah Biodynamic Farm was established in 1965 by a small group of founding families, who cultivated a biodynamic vegetable garden to provide practical life and organic farming skills for young people with disability.
Many of Warrah’s founding members are still involved in the Warrah community, and the original garden grew into the thriving Warrah Biodynamic Farm we have today. Certified organic and biodynamic since 1994, the farm still continues to meet its original purpose, with adults and children with disability engaging in meaningful work and volunteering on the farm.
The Biodynamic Approach
As a member of the biodynamic community, Warrah Biodynamic Farm is committed to the following:
Producing high-quality nutrient-dense food in an ecologically sound manner
Maintaining and enhancing the landscape and its natural and cultural potential
Upskilling people in areas that are meaningful and which serve the community
Nurturing a culture of empowerment and personal development through activities on the farm
Taking part in research work for the further development of biodynamic agriculture that is attuned to the natural world.
Seasonal Growing Guide
The chart below shows the produce that we grow seasonally and gives an indication of when each becomes available depending on each season’s particular growing conditions.
Book a Tour
At Warrah, we are delighted to support people interested in learning more about the origins of their food. Taking care of the farm is undoubtedly a task requiring real focus and attention, but we love to pause and share our knowledge and our beautiful environment.
Responsible consumers wanting to know more about how food is grown on an organic and biodynamic farm are welcome to join one of our tours, on a date TBD. Please send an email to register your interest in joining a scheduled tour at the cost of $20 per person.
Interest in biodynamic farming practices is growing across the globe. Each year we welcome numerous tour groups from around the world to our farm in Dural. Prices are determined based on the size of the group.