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Jersey Farm

Savina River, WA, Australia

Extra Virgin Olive oil is a staple in many kitchens, and Jersey Farm wants to be sure you’re using the best. Olive trees and their branches are a traditional symbol of peace, wisdom, health, fertility, and goodwill. Jersey Farm wants customers to taste those wonderful properties in its products.

Pure, fresh and premium olive oil is produced on the property near Busselton using traditional organic farming techniques. Only all-natural fertilisers are used and wildlife and beneficial insects on the farm are both encouraged and protected. Two Jersey steers, Clive and Floyde, roam freely on the land and are loved dearly by their masters. In addition to the olive orchard, Jersey Farm also grows fruit, vegetables, and herbs, producing jams, pickles, chutneys, and cured olives.

All of the products are made seasonally in small batches to ensure only freshest and best produce is used. A small apiary houses plenty of hard-working honey bees who supply delicious batches of bush honey. A small farm stall showcases all of the products and gourmet treats made on the farm.

Open from 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday.

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  • Mary says:

    Absolutely love Jersey Farm. Love your oil and multitude of condiments . Fiona and Rob are so friendly and welcoming. And can’t forget the menagerie of animals❤️

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