Byron’s Harvest Eatery Is Coming Soon To Sydney

Eat, Sydney / 15 June 2021

The renowned Byron Bay eatery, Harvest Newrybar, is set to open at Wisemans Surf Lodge next year.

A trip to Byron is not complete without a visit to Harvest Newrybar and luckily, Sydney is about to score some of its goodness. Next year, Harvest will set up amongst the beautiful bushland backdrop at Australia’s vest first surfing resort, Wisemans Surf Lodge. Diners will be able to taste the delicious produce that surrounds Hawkesbury River with views of surfers catching barrels in a state-of-the-art wave pool. Just an hour from the Sydney CBD, we suggest you start saving your pennies for the opening!In 2007, Harvest opened its doors in the historic village of Newrybar. The eatery has always showcased the incredible produce of local growers and makers and the Sydney restaurant is set to follow the same ethos. The eatery will celebrate the best of Hawkesbury whether you’re grabbing breakfast at the kiosk, exploring the gardens, experiencing the restaurant and bar, or enjoying a sundowner on the deck.

David Moyle, creative director at Harvest says, “Our heartland is in creating experiences that redefine people’s relationships with food, by building communities that honour the existing food bowl of our surroundings. Harvest Wisemans will be a continuation of this, and we’re excited to welcome visitors to this new precinct that will showcase the local produce of the Hawkesbury.“

In addition to their considered food concept, Harvest Wisemans will adopt an integrated food system on-site, covering everything from production through to waste management. Wisemans Surf Lodge sources water from the local river, uses an on-site solar system to power all facilities, and even used renewable energy to break waves in the pool.

Wisemans Surf Lodge co-founder John Du Vernet says, “In creating Wisemans Surf Lodge, we wanted to create a sustainable space that embraces the region and its sense of community, inclusive of its neighbouring vineyards, distilleries, stone fruit and citrus orchards. With its vast greenery and open fields, our site is reminiscent of the Byron Hinterland, home of the original Harvest location.”

Register your interest and stay up to date with the opening HERE