Gold Coast has re-signed medium defender Jy Farrar on a two-year deal, extending his tenure with the club until the end of 2025.

Farrar has played 28 AFL games since signing with the Suns in 2019 AFL National Draft as a mature-age prospect.

The versatile defender is thrilled to be continuing his AFL journey on the Gold Coast.

"I'm absolutely pumped to be able to sign a new contract and help the Suns towards success," Farrar said.

"Gold Coast is my home and I love the Suns and everything they have given me.

"We've got such a talented and determined group and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else as we continue to push towards success for this club and this city."

Raised in Halls Creek, Western Australia, Farrar travelled to local leagues in Victoria and South Australia before being picked up by the Adelaide Crows' SANFL side in 2019.

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Impressing with his speed and agility, the 191cm defender would earn selection as the 60th Pick in the 2019 draft.

Suns list manager Craig Cameron has seen first-hand the development of the dashing defender as he has made Gold Coast his home.

"Jy came to us with a lot of raw talent, but it's a credit to him how hard he has worked to develop his game and become an AFL-quality player," Cameron said.

"We know we can trust Jy to continue to impact at AFL level and are excited to see what he can produce over the next couple of seasons."