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Huntly Organics.
Bendigo Grown.






      Huntly Organics is a small scale market garden offering a     diverse range of food crops, selling directly into the local supply chain.

What we do

Huntly Organics is a small scale market garden, that uses regenerative, all natural & chemical free practices to produce a diverse range of vegetables. We pride ourselves in both buying local and selling local and we are passionate advocates for Bendigo’s food security and local supply chain.

Our Story

Re-creating the Family Farm

We have set out to relive the heritage of our grandparents; the diversified family farm.

Locally grown, Locally Sold

Grown in Bendigo for local consumers in Bendigo & Castlemaine.

100% Natural Growing Practices

We do not use any chemical fertilisers, herbicides or pesticides on the farm. It's all aged compost & microbes around here!

Online farm store

Order Vegetables from Huntly Organics

We are currently only providing to Bendigo Organics so check there for our produce.

Keep in the loop through our facebook page for seasonal produce one off sales.


Huntly Organics is all over the news!

Speaking to each of the farmers, it's evident there is a uniting and underlying philosophical, environmental and personal drive that goes far beyond simply owning a business. They are on a shared mission to sow seeds -literally and figuratively- for the future
Gourmet Traveller, 2021
"A regenerative approach to farming is the opportunity for a lot of people who want an intelligent job and not just to be a cog in the wheel of a corporation. We go to farmers market with crates of stuff and people come and give us money for it. It's such a pure, fulfilling sort of trade."
Bendigo Magazine, 2020
"We started farming in New Zealand using the urban farming concept, it's the idea of turning over your front yard and farming on a small scale. We started farming on a quarter acre which is not even a farm in Australian terms. Leasing land has allowed us to farm on a micro scale, but we always wanted to scale up and have our own land."
Bendigo Advertiser, 2020