Organic Production

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We aim to be the best grower of healthy, good quality produce, produced in an ecologically responsible way.
To produce the highest quality produce we rely upon the best farming practices that work with natural cycles, rather than resorting to intervention from chemical inputs. Our organic farms are ACO accredited.

Instead of artificial fertilisers we rely on composts to stabilise soils and to provide essential nutrients; instead of herbicides we make use of timely cultivations and ecological interactions between plants to maintain weeds at tolerable levels; instead of pesticides we use an integrated pest management system to control the numbers of unwanted destructive pests.

Coolibah Herbs believes that ecologically responsible farming practices and the production of healthy organic vegetables is the way of the future in horticulture. Consumers have the right to be provided with produce that is healthy, tastes real and has no detrimental effect on the environment.

Quality organic compost

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Composting accelerates and facilitates natural processes to reconnect healthy soil with healthy plants, and thereby, healthy people with a healthy environment.

We apply rigid controls to our composting process and the compost provides our soil with all the necessary nutrients, structure and microbiological life to produce the highest quality organic crops.

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Contact Us

Address:
191 Craig Road
Pearcedale
Victoria 3912
Australia

Tel: +61 3 5998 2217
Fax: +61 3 5998 1020

Website: www.coolibahherbs.com.au

Email: office@coolibah.com.au

Wholesale Market Outlets
Coolibah Herbs
Store 25 & 27
Melbourne Market
35 Produce Drive
Epping VIC 3011

Tel: +61 3 9687 2922
Fax: +61 3 9687 6199
Email: market@coolibah.com.au


Coolibah Salad
Stand 108 B Shed
Flemington Markets
Sydney  NSW 2129
Tel/Fax: +61 2 9763 1636
Email: coolibah101@bigpond.com

Retail Outlets
Although many of our wholesale customers supply the restaurant industry, our products can be found in

  • local markets, such as Victoria Market and Prahran Market in Melbourne
  • many local supermarkets across Australia
  • many large fresh produce stores and greengrocers 
  • some farmers markets

 If you like our products, ask your local produce supplier to source them for you.