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Freshwater Farm Diary

Heal Country! Introducing Brittany Paulson for NAIDOC week 2021

This week marks NAIDOC week, to celebrate we have teamed up with a talented young artist from Worimi Country, the land Freshwater Farm calls home. Brittney Paulson is not only a very talented artist but also an inspiring young woman that is embracing her rich indigenous heritage and using her skills to educate and teach the next generation.Freshwater Farm acknowledges the Worimi Aboriginal Tribe as the traditional owners of the land occupied by Freshwater Farm.We asked Brittney to explain to us what NAIDOC week means to her, this is what she said…

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How to Get Rid of that Dry Winter Skin

by Freshwater Farm September 13, 2021
How to Get Rid of that Dry Winter Skin Spring has officially sprung! The sun is shining, the days are getting longer and finally we can start to break out our shorts and tees again! After this cooler Winter weather your skin is probably feeling a little on the dryer side! This is because when […]

What makes a great Hand sanitiser? We are all experts by now!

by Freshwater Farm August 17, 2021
  This week we are talking hand-sanitiser and how to make the best choice for your family If we look back to pre-covid days we were probably not as stringent about hand washing or hand sanitising as we are today. It has now become a part of our routine like brushing our teeth! There are […]

Natural Australian Skincare Ingredients You Need To Try

by Freshwater Farm August 12, 2021
Natural Australian Skincare Ingredients You Need To Try Hey Fresh Farmers, today we wanted to share some of our research on a range of native Australian natural ingredients you will find in some of our products and at Freshwater Farm. We pride ourselves on using nature’s most unique and divine ingredients because we know all […]

Heal Country! Introducing Brittney Paulson for NAIDOC week 2021

by Freshwater Farm July 8, 2021
This week marks NAIDOC week, to celebrate we have teamed up with a talented young artist from Worimi Country, the land Freshwater Farm calls home. Brittney Paulson is not only a very talented artist but also an inspiring young woman that is embracing her rich indigenous heritage and using her skills to educate and teach the next generation.