Fair Harvest

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At Fair Harvest we offer a flexible range of options from hiring our entire facilities including classroom, barn, kitchen and campground to hiring any of these singly or in any combinations. Camping and Glamping during the winter months, the campground is closed to the public. it is reserved for retreats, group bookings and full venue privatisation, other months of the year you also can privatise the full campground for your private events, retreats birthday and family reunion.

Camp in a beautiful natural setting with your friends and family. Just 4 kilometers outside Margaret River, our permaculture farm has been operating since 1995 and is now open to the public. Featuring extensive food gardens, a Farm Cafe, a beautiful Yoga Barn and farm and forest walks, our campsite is designed for people wanting a quiet, eco-friendly stay.

Our new amenities with hot showers, composting toilets and an outdoor kitchen built from timber harvested onsite. We are dedicated to creating a more sustainable lifestyle and sharing our beautiful farm with others. Shared campfire near the camp kitchen with wood provided. Glamping tents also available through Wild Goose Camping. Camping has secluded campsites nestled under shady trees, Open sky campsites for your solar powered caravan, Buy fresh produce and home cooked meals to take to your campsite, Buy fresh produce and home cooked meals to take to your campsite, Attend yoga or mindfulness sessions in the Old Barn, Explore the gardens, farm and permaculture systems at your leisure, Sit around the campfire ( check seasonal fire ban ) and watch the moon rise, Go for a bush walk through our private forest, Explore the nearby mountain bike trails and bush walks, Pop into Margaret River (only 5 minutes away), 



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Jodie Lane

Jodie Lane

Jodie Lane

Jodie grew her first permaculture garden as a student in the city. When her parents bought land in the country she followed them and filled her life with growing food, family and community.

An inspirational educator and mentor, Jodie has an innate ability to empower others. Jodie studied for her Permaculture Design Certificate through Jeff Nugent and Julia Boniface and first led her own permaculture course in 1996. Jodie has taught both Horticulture Cert IV and Permaculture Cert III and in 2010 she obtained her Certificate in Advanced Permaculture Teaching. She also has studied Sustainable Community Design.

Although her love of gardening led her to study horticulture and permaculture, Jodie’s interest has always focused on community. She has facilitated a number of diverse community projects including: co-founding an Intentional Community; co-convening a not-for-profit; and running a Spinifex paper-making venture in a remote indigenous community. Most of her courses have also involved a community garden element. One of her favourite projects was establishing a public garden park in the centre of Margaret River. This local forest garden was designed, created and propagated by her students using endemic plants. Whether leading workshops, tending client’s gardens, or growing on the farm, Jodie’s energy motivates all those around her.