Eungai Creek Buffalo Farm

Overview

We are a working farm that produces a variety of delicious cheese, gelato, yoghurt and other buffalo products. These are available from our onsite Cafe or at one of the many markets we visit. 

Our family farm is situated just 6 km off the Pacific Highway at Eungai Creek, in the Nambucca Valley, midway between Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie on the beautiful mid north coast of NSW. 

Our aim is to produce the highest quality products from our farm. Our regular customers find us at their favourite market up and down the mid north coast. Now they can also visit our Cafe, right here on our farm, looking out over the lush, green paddocks that are the perfect home for our contented buffalo herd. 

For over 40 years our farm has implemented bio-dynamic practises. This allows us to have strict control over the quality of our products and ensures our long term business plan is sustainable. 


New Cafe Opening Hours

Friday to Sunday 10 am - 3pm

Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm-close

Please call us on 6569 9448

PS: Bookings are essential

Eungai Creek Buffalo
 
<i class="fas fa-map-marker-alt"></i> 50 Elliots Rd, Tamban NSW 2441
 

<i class="fas fa-mobile-alt"></i> (02) 6569 9448
 
<i class="fas fa-at"></i> ian@eungaicreekbuffalo.com.au
 
<i class="fab fa-chrome"></i> http://eungaicreekbuffalo.com.au/

Contact Details

Eungai Creek Buffalo
 
50 Elliots Rd, Tamban NSW 2441
 

(02) 6569 9448
 
ian@eungaicreekbuffalo.com.au
 
http://eungaicreekbuffalo.com.au/

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