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The pump-house at Newcastle Beach Ocean Baths is instantly recognised by locals and regulars. Original photo by Stephen Carter.
2011 Sydney Royal Bronze Medal. Indulgent figs in spiced syrup to drizzle over your brie, goat or blue.
Freshly picked iceberg lettuce. Iceberg lettuce is one of the main constituents in salads and is known for its crunchy texture.
A gift basket containing a small hand-crafted timber kitchen board, a jar of beautifully pickled green olives, a bottle of honey chilli sauce, and a personal journal. Ideal corporate gift idea.
A gift basket containing a hand-picked selection of gentle, fragrance-free children's soaps & castile soaps by Heather Belle; facial cleansing bar from Infused Botanics; and Luxe Body Butter from Infused Botanics.
Fresh Australian Peanuts with shell from Kingaroy QLD (Peanuts capital of Aust). $3 Bag (375grams). $7.99 per kilo.
Use this Hot Sticky Sauce as a marinade for Buffalo (chicken) Wings and Chicken Legs or just as a side dish.
Fresh Australian Roasted & Unsalted Macadamia nuts. $8 Bag (178grams). $45 per kilo.
18-in-1 hemp lavender pure castille soap, available in 3 sizes.
Australian grown, fresh seasonal Beurré Bosc pears.
Fresh green beans. $3 bags = 401grams
Fresh bunches of mint
Yes we can deliver! Why not get a group of work colleagues together, order in bulk, and have us deliver to your workplace?
We're always available to answer any questions you may have. You can call our store, email us, or use the 'contact us' page.
We're locals, just like you!
We are a collective of passionate growers, makers and creators and our motto is "Local Crop, Local Community".
We encourage community spirit, we support local enterprise, and we want to share that wholeheartedly with you.
Everyone represented at Local Crop are locals who are passionate about what they do, and they want to share that passion with their community.
Buy local, support local! We do.
Local Crop, Local Community
Our Ethos is "Local Crop, Local Community". Our aim is to provide an environment that fosters community, promotes locally grown, made and created.
To that end, we're always keen to hear from not only growers, but painters and artists, authors and writers, musicians and bands, photographers, and anyone who wants to also be involved in their local community.
Drop in and say hi! We're at 291 Hunter Street, Newcastle.