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Grow Lightly is a member of Prom Country Regional Tourism Inc.Grow Lightly is a member of Korumburra Business Association
Address:Show Map12A Silkstone Road, Korumburra 3950, Korumburra VIC 3950
Phone #1:0490 449 229
or +61 490 449 229 from overseas
Phone #2:03 5655 2893
or +61 3 5655 2893 from overseas
Social:
Email:info@growlightly.com.au
Web:
-38.441984145.83054600000003

Grow Lightly

Grow Lightly encourages people to grow food, and eat food sourced locally, from Southern Gippsland. Grow Lightly has a Food Hub where you can shop for clean, fresh, local produce and a range of other products. We supply weekly bags of fresh organic fruit and vegetables, using a network of volunteers to pack and distribute these bags. The aim is to give people access to high-quality local food, and to encourage small-scale organic farming and horticulture locally.
Grow Lightly is a member of Prom Country Regional Tourism Inc.Grow Lightly is a member of Korumburra Business Association
Address:Show Map12A Silkstone Road, Korumburra 3950, Korumburra VIC 3950
Phone #1:0490 449 229
or +61 490 449 229 from overseas
Phone #2:03 5655 2893
or +61 3 5655 2893 from overseas
Social:
Email:info@growlightly.com.au
Web:
-38.441984145.83054600000003
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Opening Hours: Thursday 10 - 1; Friday 10 - 4; Saturday 10 - 1; Sunday 10 - 1
AccessibilityNo steps, handy car parking space, chairs inside and friendly staff and volunteers to help.
Payment TypesCash, EFTPOS, VISA, Mastercard
About usThe Grow Lightly Food Hub including our shop is situated next door to the Coal Creek Heritage Park. Coal Creek Park is located just off the South Gippsland Highway in Silkstone Road. We are next to the children's playground and car park. We supply all manner of produce sourced locally. Fresh vegies, fruit, nuts preserves, dairy, bread, olive oil, honey, and more is available. Join us for hot drinks and enjoy the fire during the colder months.
Food educationWe provide all sorts of advice about the local environment, particularly relating to food production.