It’s almost a perfect description of the difference between the two towns. Porsche, Audi, Range Rover and BMW vie for immaculate new asphalt carparks at the Farm. Toyota, Subaru, Holden and Kia park randomly in the long grass at the Paddock.
Once again Mullum shows us another way to do things. Owner Jerry King and his band of passionate workers is gradually transforming a fallow paddock with organically grown fruit, vegetables and herbs… served by locals… for locals. Word is spreading fast. Drive past on a Friday evening and it will be obvious how popular the pizza night has become.
Jerry’s vision is to make organic locally grown food ‘real’ for locals. For more info visit paddockproject.com or better drop in between 6am and 5pm weekdays and have a chat w/ Jerry.
Each month the Mullum Chamber of Commerce hosts a casual get together featuring a guest speaker, complimentary drinks and light food. The next Collective will be on Tue 2nd March focusing on creative and artistic ventures. Please contact Chamber President Jenelle Stanford 0418 487 178 for more information.
Free Voluntary Breath Testing
STEER Project have been providing Voluntary Breath Testing “VBT” at major Festivals since 2013. They are now offering a scaled version of the same service for community events and private functions. Until June 2018, STEER will provide free voluntary breath testing service at events & functions hosted by Destination Byron members. Please contact STEER coordinator Phil Preston 0414 809 330 for more information.