Based in the food-heaven of Fortitude Valley, Tartufo’s menu is classic italian, inspired by Tony Percouco's home town, Naples, and the surrounding regions of Tuscany, Umbria and Abruzzo. Demonstrating his commitment to supporting locals and providing quality seasonal produce, Tony himself hand-selects the produce weekly. Each dish is designed around fresh, seasonal and local produce as much as possible and much of their ingredients are sourced within a radius of 200km around Brisbane.
In the burrows of Burleigh sits the tastefully modern Jimmy Wah's offering Vietnamese cuisine with an Australian influence. Keep an eye out for the betel leaf; grown on fertile Currumbin Valley soil and freshly picked by the Chef's themselves.
LEARN BY DOING
Come Work Side By Side With Us For those that have an interest in learning more about the farm or biodynamic practices, we encourage you to join our volunteer team, working on a Wednesday or Thursday morning in exchange for as much knowledge as you like. Pete and Jan have been in the farming game their whole lives and are never short of a story or trick that might help you in your hobby or other growing endeavours.
Farming Knowledge For LabourWe accept volunteers who wish to come and exchange work for knowledge. Come and work with our friendly team and learn about Biodynamic farming. Stay as long as you perceive that you are receiving value. Reduced Labour Cost Helps Put More
Back Into Our CommunityStrategically we can reduce the costs for our Harvesters and customers who come to purchase our fresh biodynamic greens direct from the farm. We believe that fresh nutritious produce should be accessible and affordable to all. To all of our of volunteersWe thank you for helping us build a remarkable place!