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Elderflower Farm

In the Scenic Rim

About the Farm

Elderflower Farm is a boutique flower farm & florist, set in the beautiful grounds of Scenic Rim Farm Shop & Cafe in Kalbar, Queensland.

Farmed by Fred and Rachel Watkins, the flower field produces old fashioned heirloom blooms with a focus on fragrance. Flowers are cut daily and available for sale as garden style bunches, bouquets and arrangements in the onsite Elderflower Farm Shop.


The flower farm and shop is currently open Thursday to Sunday, 8.30am to 4pm.

Flower Picking   and Workshops are also run regularly at the farm. Both are dependent on seasonality and weather. 

Flower Fields at Elderflower Farm
Flowers in vase

The Farm Shop

Elderflower Farm has a beautiful rustic tin shed shop on site, 100m from the flower field alongside Scenic Rim Farm Shop and Cafe.


Seasonal blooms are cut daily and sold in the shop as well as a wonderful range of unique flower farm products including our farm produced flower field honey, our  farm grown and harvested flower seed range, flower seedlings, vintage style homewares, garden goods and more.


A range of our farm products are available to purchase online as well, online shop here.

Workshops and
Flower Picking

One of the best jobs on the farm is going out into the flower rows, picking a gorgeous bucket of blooms, then creating something beautiful with them.

Rach loves sharing her obsession with all things flowers, and offers a range of seasonal floral workshops at the farm, plus pick your own flower days.

Workshops are updated regularly and may be morning or afternoon, running for between 1.5 to 2.5 hours. All include 'pick your own' flowers. Topics will change regularly throughout the seasons.

We are also available for private floral workshops including flower crown making, mini milk bottle posies (great for older kid's parties), and more.

Go here for Workshop information and bookings, and to Flower Picking for info and upcoming picking days.


Contact Us with any enquiries. 

Fresh flowers
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