Around 2012 on a weekend away in Margaret River with

a tub of truffle butter my wife and I picked up from a food festival.

I didn't expect much but from the very first taste I was hooked. More
importantly, my curiosity went crazy. What's a Truffle?
Most of my career had been spent working remotely in the resources
industry but with the arrival of baby Billy, and Charley on the way, I was
confronted with the reality that I must work from home.
I have to provide and I want my kids to grow up on a property!
I could become a farmer...

It All Started

Bingo

We now live immersed in a reciprocal relationship with this perfect patch of ground in which we set our roots. Learning, evolving and consciously living in symbiosis with our environment.

Farming is an undertaking of hope and we have put everything we have worked for and all our courage into this mad idea to grow one of farming’s most elusive crops.

The Truffle

Our farm sits on some of the world’s oldest soils,
in the heart of the charming Margaret River Region.

Seven-hundred truffle inoculated Oak and Hazelnut trees
are nestled between two stands of native forest.

A gang of Muscovy ducks wake every morning and head out
to forage for bugs between our rows, a few sheep help
with weed control on occasion, and hives of bees work
tirelessly to pollinate the native grasses and flowers
we encourage as a cover crop.

the priceless asset of indigenous culture, we

respectfully create new traditions and fuse the ancient with the modern.

With sustainability woven into the core of our identity, ours is a story
with a rich past, a bright future and an endless present, where
truffle growing goes on against this exquisite natural backdrop
we are fortunate enough to call our home.

Celebrating

It All Started

Around 2012 on a weekend away in Margaret River with
a tub of truffle butter my wife and I picked up from a food festival.

I didn't expect much but from the very first taste I was hooked.
More importantly, my curiosity went crazy. What is this Truffle thing?

Most of my career had been spent working remotely in the resources industry but with the arrival of baby Billy, and Charley on the way, I was confronted with the reality that I must work from home.

I have to provide and I want my kids to grow up on a property! I could become a farmer... I love a challenge!

Bingo

We now live immersed in a reciprocal relationship with this perfect patch of ground in which we set our roots. Learning, evolving and consciously living in symbiosis with our environment.

Farming is an undertaking of hope and we have put everything we have worked for and all our courage into this mad idea to grow one of farming’s most elusive crops.

The Truffle

Our farm sits on some of the world’s oldest soils,
in the heart of the charming Margaret River Region.

Seven-hundred truffle inoculated Oak and Hazelnut trees
are nestled between two stands of native forest.

A gang of Muscovy ducks wake every morning and head out
to forage for bugs between our rows, a few sheep help
with weed control on occasion, and hives of bees work
tirelessly to pollinate the native grasses and flowers
we encourage as a cover crop.

the priceless asset of indigenous culture,

we respectfully create new traditions and fuse the ancient with the modern.

With sustainability woven into the core of our identity, ours is a story with a rich past, a bright future and an endless present, where truffle growing goes on against this exquisite natural backdrop we are fortunate enough to call our home.

Celebrating