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Hillside Harvest 
1209 Escort Way, Borenore
Phone: 02 6365 2247
Picking: Cherries start Saturday 7 December 
Opening Hours: 7 Days (closed P/H) 9am - 3pm

Huntley Berry Farm
Huntley Rd, Huntley
Phone: 02 6365 5282
Picking: Strawberries ready from Sat 23 Nov | all other berries ready mid-December 
Opening Hours: 7 Days 9am - 3pm | gold coin entry + purchase

Thornbrook Orchard
39 Nashdale Lane, Nashdale
Phone: 0427 269 437
Picking: Cherries from Sat 30 Nov - New Year | Closed Christmas Day | $6 per kilo | please bring cash
Opening Hours:  Daily 9am - 4pm | no entry fee

Norland Fig Farm Figs 
Bradley Rd, Borenore
Phone: 0438 196 440
Picking: Finished until Summer 2020
Opening Hours: Please call

 Brittlejacks Chestnut Farm Chestnuts

645 Lookout Road, Mullion Creek
Phone: 0427 658 353
Picking: Finished until Autumn 2020
Opening Hours: Thursday to Monday 9am - 5pm

Hillside Harvest

Situated just 10 kilometres from Orange this family owned and operated orchard offers a unique country experience for all. Pick your own fruit (cherries, berries, apricots, peaches, plums, nectarines and various varieties of apples) available during the months of summer and autumn.
Opening Hours
Daily 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Huntley Berry Farm

Huntley Berry Farm is situated in the basalt plains of Mount Canobolas where you can arm yourself with a bucket and pick your own berry produce with over eleven berry varieties available throughout the berry season (mid November to May).

Norland Fig Orchard

Norland Fig Orchard is a well established fig orchard, first being planted in the 1980s. There are fantastic views from the orchard looking towards Mt Canobolas and areas west of Borenore. They grow four variety of figs. Come sample their delicious fresh figs.

Thornbrook Orchard - Pick Your Own Seasonal Fruit

Thornbrook orchard is a third generation family run orchard which has been growing fruit in the rich volcanic soils of Mt Canobolas since the orchard was established in 1947. When in season a visit to the orchard allows you to experience picking fruit straight from the tree.


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