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learn where food comes from 

We work with you to compliment what you have been teaching in the classroom

Tours are tailored for all age groups

If you have something in particular you would like us to teach during our session or a particular theme you'd like us to focus on - we are more than happy to work with you. Our tours tailored to your age group - from playgroups to university groups. 

Experience the orchard

See, touch, do and.. taste!

Students have the opportunity to watch our farm machinery demonstrations, play on our vintage tractors, obviously go apple picking and also taste fresh apple juice made from our apples. They also will be able to take home approx 2kg of apples in a personalised picking bag. 

We cater for large groups

We have space to park large buses

Our tours are designed to cater for large groups, school classes and even year levels.

Minimum of 20 people are required for a group booking, with groups under 30 people insuring a $100 fee.

Business Studies & Entrepreneurship

An example of what thinking out side of the box and a lot of determination can do 

If you're teaching year 12 Business Studies or an entrepreneurial program we would be honoured to be the example of a successful business to your students. We have not come from business or agriculture and we have managed to create a successful business through determination and a lot of handwork. We can provide tours of the orchard or come to your school to talk about our orchard from a business perspective.

Topics included in the tour..

  • entrepreneurship

  • business

  • machinery and how it has evolved over time

  • modernisation of orchard practices 

  • lifecycle of an apple to how it ends up at the supermarket

  • polination

  • tree pruning demonstrations

  • farm machinery demonstrations

  • apple picking

  • water and irrigation management 

  • how we look after our soil

  • bushfire prevention and management on an orchard 

  • the work done on the farm explained in conjunction with the different seasons

  • sustainable practices we’ve embraced on our farm

  • how the trees are grown for commercial production

Swap the school bags for picking bags!

Let's get to the core.. 

$17 per head


  • approx 2kg picked apples to take home 

  • personalised picking bag

  • fresh apple juice made from our apples

  • all you can eat apples

  • 4hr tour

Just to note - everyone attending the excursion over 2 years old must pay the fee to attend the excursion. This includes teachers, helpers etc. They will also receive all of the inclusions. 


Tours are from 10am till 2pm

Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays within the season for orchard tours.


Recess & Lunch breaks are scheduled within the day and we have places for people to sit and play during breaks.


We have an onsite cafe (with caffeine!) 

Toilets onsite

You are more than welcome to use the facilities of the farm until closing time of that day. 

Get exploring

The extra JUICY bits.. 

  • As we are both nurses, we have police checks, working with children checks, public liability insurance and mandatory reporting certifications.

  • We have our own toilets, but unfortunately due to council regulations we do not have disabled toilets

  • There are many places and spaces you can enjoy your BYO lunch in the orchard


For aged care groups and groups with specific mobility requirements please note the apples that are in season on our 'flattest' terrain are during March and May*. 


Bookings for the 2024 season are open NOW for our school excursions and group farm tours. 

Send us an email to with your preferred date, time slot and how many people overall will be attending. If you would like to confirm your booking we ask for a $100 non-refundable deposit. One week prior to the event we will require confirmation of numbers and final payment. 


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