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Plenty! In January and February 2023, see our Sunflowers (see graphic below). Click the graphic to book FREE tickets to attend the festival.
We also run FREE photo sessions for people with disability (and their families); other festivals; workshops; fun sensory farm tours; supported farm stays; Crafting, art, farm paddock to plate and farm programs for people with disability, tours designed around our gorgeous fluffy baby chickens and rabbits, cookouts, star gazing, night tours, day programs, and much more.
Email in**@ed**************.au for information about any of the above.
FREE photoshoots for people with disability and their families.
We are sharing the love. A few times per year we run free photo sessions for people with disability and their family in Numurkah and surrounds. The next session is to be held on Saturday 12 February 2022 in the afternoon. The sessions are entirely free and all photos are free too. We know many people with disabilities and their families would find it hard to attend a studio or our natural light session and pay up to $2,000 + for professional photos so we would love to offer up our skills for free. If you would like to know more, please contact us at in**@ed**************.au so we can give you the details and book you in. Spots are limited so get in quick. Sessions go for 15-30 minutes and all the edited and processed images are yours to keep, totally free of charge.
Farm Tours and Meet/greets
Meet/greet and farm tours with or without a meal. We invite you to come out and meet the team and check out what we have on offer. Our popular farm tours with Farmer Gary and his wife, Katherina are interactive, client-centric, sensory, fun, great for kids and adults alike, and run every Wednesday and Saturday morning at 8am (other days are possible by appointment). To book a farm tour, click here. To book a free meet/greet click here.
We run a number of not-for-profit events including workshops and festivals for our community and clients with disabilities as well as those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including First Nations Peoples.
Many of our events are structured to allow stallholders and those running workshops to keep all profits in order to get brand
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Programs Offered at Eden Farm
Support workers/family welcome for free with a carer’s card.
Maintaining plant and vegetable nursery.
Biodynamic operations including moving cows, feeding cows and crop rotation Garden to plate activities
Farm mystery tours
Cleaning and refilling water troughs, stables
Tending to vegetables, fruit, succulants, trees, flowers
Sensory trail and gardens
General daily running of the farm
Event management assistance (festivals and workshops) such as promotions, graphic design. Cookouts and star gazing
Music and movement
Paper art and paper making
Art and craft
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Discover the amazing cultural diversity of Victoria’s Murray Goulburn Region at our Eden Farm Multicultural Festival!
Did you know that
In addition to running festivals, workshops, talks, tours, programs we also do the following..
Employment and skills programs
We currently have someone employed under the DES program and hope to employ more people as our needs arise and operations expand. We are grateful that we could employ someone through this program which blesses them and us. this has meant Gary has not had to work 12 hour days. John has been a wonderful help and resource.
Meal support initiative
We have a small farm shop and sometimes access to excess vegetables, diary and meat which enables us to make meals in our commercial kitchen for marginalised and disadvantaged families and individuals in our community. We love helping people in need when we can.
Free family portraiture sessions
For marginalised families – CALD, First Nations and people with disabilities. It is such a privilege to bless family who could not normally afford portraiture photography. We love blessing others with our various skills and gifts.
Recycling and repurposing program
Established and managed in conjunction with CALD and people with disabilities, we use the paper and metal from this program for art and craft programs. Nothing is wasted
‘Welcome to our community’ talks and documents aim to help people from non-english speaking backgrounds, new emerging communities and people with disabilities connect, find purpose, make friends. We use our existing infrastructure as a hub where people can come to collaborate, have downtime, hire or use our spaces and resources.
Multicultural Art and Photography Competitions/Exhibitions
In collaboration with our local Council and other community groups, we invite artists and photographers from various multicultural groups, including First Nations Peoples within the Goulburn-Murray region to submit a piece into our Multicultural Art and Photography competition which will officially kick off and open the Multicultural Festival on 17 September 2022. Another competition for people with disabilities will also be held annually later in the year. For more info click here.
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