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Acre Artarmon farm food Eco Hub set to open

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Acre Artarmon Eco hub

Acre Artarmon is a stunning farm-food inspired bakery, café, bar restaurant and greenhouse-style space, set to open in September. Set within sprawling indoor and outdoor productive gardens, adjacent to HomeHQ Artarmon, the open-air oasis encourages guests to wander through, touching, smelling and viewing the growing produce.

Acre Artarmon’s fresh herbs, flowers and fruit (grown onsite) will be used to produce delicious artisan bakery products; feature in café, restaurant, weddings & events menus; and used in homemade pizzas, garden-inspired cocktails and friendly beverages.

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Acre Artarmon will grow fresh herbs, flowers and fruit the way they do at Camperdown (shown)

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All acre venues offer long table lunches, meet-the-maker tastings, twilight gardening and more

Acre Artarmon aims to engage, educate and inspire people to talk about sustainability through offering unique experiences from guided tours, chefs’ demonstrations, long table lunches, meet-the-maker tastings, twilight gardening, produce markets, kids programs and more.

What to expect from Acre Artarmon:

  • Local and exotic fruit trees
  • A kitchen garden
  • Vertical plantings and hydroponic growing systems
  • A large greenhouse-style function space
  • Planted pergolas with strawberries and bougainvillea,
  • Picnic-style areas
  • Kids’ playground
  • Chicken coop and composting

Run by the team behind acre Eatery (Camperdown) and acre farm & eatery (Melbourne), the Artarmon venue is designed by Emilie Delalande of Etic, the interior designer behind Barangaroo House, and ex-team leader at Akin Atelier for Coogee Pavilion.

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Expect the same beautiful rooms as acre Eatery Camperdown and acre Farm & Eatery Melbourne

farm to table food

It will offer a bakery, café, and bar plus restaurant dining

Luke Heard, acre director, says: “Like many, we’ve found navigating through one of the toughest periods we have ever faced to be extremely challenging. acre Artarmon represents a rebirth and emergence out of this challenging time.

“We hope that with its sprawling outdoor, open-air, and spacious areas, combined with new and exciting food and agritourism experiences, acre Artarmon will offer a place to connect and reconnect for us all.

“We are looking forward to September 2020 when we join the Lower North Shore community next to Home HQ Artarmon, continuing to provide warm hospitality in more natural environments.”

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The existing hubs host weddings, kids cooking, produce markets and programs like yoga

Acre Artarmon: Essential Details

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