House with No Steps’ (now Aruma) Summerland House Farm Easter Hampers offer foodie delights and opportunities for people with disability.
Summerland House Farm’s Easter Hampers are the ultimate gift for foodies – not only are they bursting with gourmet chocolates and goodies, they also provide employment and training opportunities for people with a disability.
A House with No Steps (now Aruma) supported employment business, Summerland House Farm is nestled on the Alstonville plateau, above the Byron and Ballina coastlines in Northern New South Wales.
The Easter hampers support local farmers from the North Coast, featuring gourmet delights from the Byron and Ballina hinterland.
Packed with love by Summerland House Farm supported employees , the hampers feature the farm’s own range of produce, including: macadamias, dukkah and delicious condiments, ranging from Chilli Sauce to Rosella Jam.
To celebrate Easter, Summerland House Farm are not only giving you the chance to buy a gift that does good – with each hamper purchased, you will also go into the draw to win your own hamper valued at $60*.
With one entry per hamper, you can buy more hampers for more chances to win. *The special offer applies to hampers ordered instore or online between 10 March and 1 April.
All of Summerland House Farm’s produce can be purchased online and delivered anywhere in Australia.
Summerland House Farm is also a popular tourist attraction, open seven days per week, giving visitors an opportunity to explore a real working farm, try delicious North Coast food and even take a tractor tour to explore this stunning 172 acre macadamia and avocado farm.
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