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Organic Produce Direct


Organic Produce Direct

We supply certified organic and cottage farmed produce DIRECT FROM FARM.  If you are looking to access our organic produce simply become a member. We cater for Co-Ops and wholesale too. Our farm produce is available fresh in our store at Everton Park each Tuesday & Wednesday. You can come in, or order on online and have it home delivered.

Organic produce, fruit & veggies

Organic and free range meats and poultry direct from growers

Organic dairy and goat milks twice weekly

Organic groceries, raw honey, hand made goat milk soaps etc 

Bulk prices and direct from farm...

Location: Everton Park, Brisbane
Members: 6
Latest Activity: Aug 18

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Comment by Terry Boyle on August 18, 2014 at 10:57

Got your order Dianne... will get back to you with ETA... yep Goat's milk will be fresh on the day... our pork is awesome you will find out soon.

thanks terry 0407755222

Comment by Dianne Caswell on August 18, 2014 at 10:08

Hi Terry,

I have just placed my order with you. Can't wait to use your Goat's Milk in my Cheese Making. Can you give me an idea of the day and time you are to deliver when you know as I need to get the Cheese Making under way as soon as possible so as the Milk is as fresh as possible. Also the REAL Pork Sausages will be a nice change.  Thanks for the opportunity to purchase from you.

Comment by Florence on August 18, 2014 at 8:57

Hi Terry ~ had a quick look ~ I like your website and range ~

Comment by Terry Boyle on August 18, 2014 at 8:23

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hi Dianne, we did a delivery there yesterday actually. We do all of Brisbane and outskirts... as far as Ipswich, Caboolture, and starting Sunshine and Gold Coasts over next few weeks. We do about 5 deliveries out Forest Lake way every week. Just join as a member (its free) and place your order online. It's easy, or you can send email direct, or call... Cleo's delivery is fresh every Monday afternoon and Thursday. We do delivery our your way usually on Wednesdays as part of our run, or we are likely to extend to a Thursday as well due to our growth. We can do one-offs but there is a delivery fee and minimum order required. Check out the web here Dianne or give us a call: 

or call 33555764 or email 

Comment by Dianne Caswell on August 18, 2014 at 7:29

Hi Terry, Would love to get hold of your milk. Though I live in Ellen Grove I might be too far out of your way and am unable to drive myself at the moment due to just getting out of hospital after 3 months. I would be wanting to buy around 12 to 14Ltrs every 2 to 3 weeks. Let me know if you can help.....Have a Lovely Day...  Dianne

Comment by Terry Boyle on August 17, 2014 at 19:01

Hi Dianne, we can supply a constant supply of goat's milk... but what quantity? and, sheep's milk... well I haven't heard of anyone doing that in Brisbane or even the Sunshine Coast where we go twice per week to our farms to pick up and drop off organic produce. You will probable have to source someone out Toowoomba way or further south west and make some arrangement. Our Goat's milk btw only comes on Tuesdays freshly milked that morning. 

Comment by Dianne Caswell on August 17, 2014 at 16:04

Hi, Hoping you can help. I am looking for a fairly reliable source of Goat and Sheep's Milk for Cheese Making. Would you be able to help me out...Dianne


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