Wonder if you can Live with Sandflies?
You can live with sandflies (AND mosquitoes), comfortably. You don’t even HAVE to have our brilliant natural repellent, but it helps. We have collected years of information and experience with NZ sandflies. We share it with you because we want you to have an amazing time outdoors.
Goodbye Sandfly is a proudly and uniquely New Zealand product. Formulated over a season of guiding canoes on the Dart River outside of Glenorchy in 1999, our guests helped us create a bug repellent that is effective and smells great. It has been NZ’s #1 best selling natural repellent since 2010. *Aztec data- March 2014
This is a product that we trust because we’ve lived with our two small children in real sandfly country. When you use a bug repellent every day, it HAS to be natural + it HAS to work.
Free Seeds to Good Homes in NZ
We’re celebrating 15 years of Goodbye Sandfly and 3 years of publishing on natural living by giving away heaps of seeds. In the last month we’ve sent 7900 seed packets to 3400 people (2 to 3 each!)
Like growing stuff, or would like to try? Our last draw is November 7th at 11:23 am, full moon. Click on the blue button below to go into draw for (at least) 300 more sets.
This Goodbye is SWEET
Goodbye Sandfly won the James & Wells Excellence in Marketing Award from Natural Products New Zealand- 2012 (this was top prize in a billion dollar industry!)
One page article in the NZ Herald, December 2011 tells the story of our family and business.
Great products, yes, and far more than that. These products are a gateway to conversations about things that matter. And experiences that make life better.
Natural product maker, Becky Cashman writes The Nourished Life with Bex and is a regular contributor to the Goodbye Sandfly Magazine It’s Not about the Bugs. She also writes for The Natural Parent, and high impact sites It’s All about Women and Holistic Moms Network.
She and her husband John live with their two kids on a 5 -acre organically run property in Kerikeri. They are devoted to growing vital food, natural living, kid sport, and have just spent the winter eating a whole heap of kale and silverbeet. Yum.