Peak Organics is a volunteer-run organically certified farm at Ivory’s Rock, Peak Crossing, with a fantastic market that is open to the public on Saturdays.
Here is the place to pick up organic fruit and vegetables and basic wholefoods at ‘down to earth’ prices in a picturesque country setting.
Over a year Peak Organics grow pumpkins, squash, zucchini, cucumber, tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, kale (4 varieties), spinach (3 varieties), collard greens, basil, coriander, mint, rocket, oregano, tarragon, finger limes, lemons, limes, kohlrabi, fennel, okra, beans (3 varieties), sunflowers, jaboticava, and rosellas, which as well as being on sale to the public on weekends, are supplied to conferences and events on the Ivory Rock property.
In addition, Peak Organics produce is sole to Brisbane wholesalers Food Connect, and to a lesser extent United Organics, while in Ipswich they supply the Ipswich Good Food Group, and Beans and Greens Organic Café.
Need to know - Peak Organics gained NASAA in conversion status in 2009 and went on to fully organic certification in 2012 Currently they are working towards Biodynamic status in 2016, having used Biodynamic treatments on the property for nearly 2 years.As of 2017 the market is now being held in the Pavilion (Shop 14) at Ivory's Rock Conferences & Events.
Nice to know - Peak Organics origins go back 10 years or so, when a group of volunteers began experimenting with growing vegetables on a little used camping area of Ivory's Rock Conventions and Events property at Peak Crossing. Today it is still volunteer-run, with profits going to support the maintenance of Ivory's Rock Conventions and Events.