December 12, 2022

Cherry Season is Here

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Cherries, the delicious, juicy staple of every Australian Summer. There are two pick your own farms open in the Bathurst region this cherry season, a great experience for any age, and you get to keep the fruits of your labour, quite literally!

Cherry season has just begun, but get in quick! This activity is so popular that fruit does run out fast, usually within a matter of weeks. Make sure to contact the farm gates before you go, they require bookings to make sure there are enough cherries to go around.

Marietta’s Hillview Cherry Farm

85 Clairveaux Lane, Kelso

Marietta at Hillview Cherry farm is the friendly local face you will meet when you pick-your own here. There are a couple of different cherry varieties to be picked, and the farm doesn’t supply commercially any more so there are more cherries to go around.

Bookings are essential, call Marietta on

0403 539 161

George and Sue’s Cherry Farm

7 Melrose Drive, Raglan

The season has commenced at George and Sue’s and bookings are filing up fast. Come and fill a container before it’s too late. Books are essential. George and Sue regularly update their Facebook page with what’s available for the coming weekends.

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