Where you can buy

You can purchase Caroola Farm produce at the following locations:

  • Direct from us at the farm from our Farm Shop, by online order, email or just dropping by
  • Food Lovers Market in Bungendore
  • Delivered to Canberra and surrounds (free for orders over $100)
  • Poultry available through My Farm Shop for delivery to Canberra
  • At Braidwood Farmers Market on the first and third Saturdays of each month
  • At Southern Harvest Farmers Market in Bungendore on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month
  • At Southside (CIT Woden) Farmers Market

8 Responses to Where you can buy

  1. Lisa says:

    Hi just wondering on where you can find prices on chickens beef and lamb, and how you sell them ,ie cubes whole cut.?
    and if you sell any solar battery’s

    • penny says:

      Lisa, thanks for your comment. We don’t sell solar batteries. In terms of prices for chicken, beef and lamb, we sell them as individually wrapped packages, I can email you a price list if you like?

  2. Hi
    I am looking for a supplier of free range organic turkeys for this coming xmas…around 120 birds needed…please let me know if you can help…thanks andrew

  3. Julie says:

    Good morning

    Would you have any laying or near laying hens available?

  4. Dear Penny and Paul,
    I would like to contact you by phone, but I cannot see a phone number listed. Are your poultry subjected to the chlorine at any stage? (I know that by law you need to do this.) My question is if perhaps you use the peroxide solution to the chlorine? I have a history of breast cancer and I need to avoid chlorine/fluoride.

    You mention organic feed can you please tell me what that is? Are your poultry in general outdoors all day, foraging?

    Many thanks,
    Marisa

    • penny says:

      Marisa, apologies, I have only just seen this post. Our poultry are not subjected to chlorine, we process at Tablelands Premier Meats and the water is treated with UV. Our poultry are fed Country Heritage certified organic feed and yes, they are in general outside all day foraging (if it is hot they tend to seek shelter) – ie they live outside on pasture, not in a shed 🙂

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