Harvest Newrybar 

Harvest is open again

Those in the know have a favourite hang, out in the hills at Newrybar; Harvest Restaurant. This week it will be reopening, and it will be cosy and warm by the wood-fired oven down in the historic bakery in the evenings. Locally owned since 2007 Harvest has grown over the years to include a bakery – with a 116-year-old wood-fired oven, and an artisan delicatessen with adjacent edible garden. Showcasing the wonderful diversity of the region, Harvest Newrybar creates fabulous fresh food. Their bakery and deli present exquisite seasonal foods made with ingredients sourced from artisan producers, their own edible gardens and native Australian ingredients.

The Harvest team have been busy over the lockdown period and are excited to open their doors again this week.

The menu will change weekly to reflect the seasonal ingredients available from our local Byron farmers and producers.

Harvest will be open again from 4 June for lunch and dinner Thursday to Sunday. Arrive early and take a tour of the Newrybar village shops, or snack on oysters and bubbles from 3pm. For bookings phone 6687 2644, or visit

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