What's on?


Third Ground Local Growers Trade Days

Every 2nd Saturday at Third Ground Coffee House, 28 Central St Sarina. 8.30 am start. Full details at the Third Ground Facebook Page or the Sarina Homegrown Food & Homemade Trade Group Facebook Page. Come and Swap your home-grown or home made produce or goodies. There are lots of cool markets around, but this one is for local growers and producers to bring and swap their stuff, and not really for re-selling stuff you've acquired elsewhere.

THird Ground Homesteading school

So this is what we call it when we run "learning" events at Third Ground. Sometimes they're structured, such as workshops run by experts in their field, sometimes it's much more informal, such as a group food processing day, or a documentary screening night. You'll find the details on these events on the Third Ground Facebook Page too.

Music Jam Nights

An informal music session, specifically for people wanting to share their journey of learning to play music together. It's way more fun with other people! Bring your musical instrument and come have fun with us! Twice a month, on a friday night. Check the Third Ground Facebook page, or the calendar in the Coffee House wall, for the next dates! 

Working days at the TG Backyard Garden

This is where we rock up and get stuff done in the backyard community garden at the Third Ground Project. Every friday there'll be someone doing something! Special jobs will be mentioned on the Third Ground Facebook page, of course. And hey, if we need to source materials for projects, we'll put out a shout on the facebook page too!

Farm tours

Keep an eye out at Third Ground and on our Elon Hill Instagram page for these very special events run in limited numbers throughout the year. It is not very often you get such a sneak peak into the inner workings of a farm or productive backyard. Please take these awesome opportunities to get to know your local growers and producers as they generously share their homes and lives.


Have you ever had a whole bunch of really hard work to do but are kind of avoiding it because it just seems too hard to tackle? Well at a Permaforce we, (as in a really dedicated, passionate and hard working crew of local people) come to your house and basically become your slaves for the morning. A lot of us have had a Permaforce done on our own place so we understand the difference it can make in pushing really important projects forwards on our farms and in our backyards. If you would like a Permaforce or know someone who needs/deserves one contact us here at Elon Hill Farm and we’ll get you hooked up with the right people. ;)