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I can not reiterate enough... Don't go here. Disappointed is an understatement after our visit. The staff were rude, the whole place is run down, with rubbish and debris scattered throughout the prope... more »
Entered hoping for locally grown seasonal fruit. Most of the fruit here is out of season for the local area. It’s over priced and clearly a trap for tourists. Left empty handed. more »
Stopped here and found the place empty and dated. Staff didn't acknowledge us at all as we browsed shop area. more »
Really good farm with lots of seasonal veggies to pick, plus lots of peaches, nectarines and apples (not in season yet, but soon!). Staff at the picking were lovely - Margaret was really nice. The cafe was good - delicious apple pie, baked on site. The cafe staff were also friendly and helpful. Looking forward to January to pick the apples!
For fruit and veggie picking, Bilpin is a good choice. Less than 2 hours drive from Sydney CBD...I recommend you come first hour in the morning to catch up with the best produce.
I stopped in here yesterday (Saturday 05/08/2017) on my return trip from Lithgow to the Gold Coast to get some apples for the people who helped me here at home whilst I was away. The produce is so fresh and crispy (just like it used to be when I was a kid 40+ years ago) and the apple pies are to die for, in fact I told the beautiful lady who made them that I wanted to marry her so I could live on her apple pies (was told to ask her husband who is bigger than me, hence I am still single). The girls who were on the counter were so friendly and sweet, and when I asked for a box to replace the bag the apples were in, they supplied me with one, and I noticed on my return to home they had even written "Have a Safe Trip" on the box. I would suggest that everyone passing, even if you don't like apples drop in there and just have a drink with the happiest, friendliest, most welcoming family operated business possibly in all of Australia. PS - I hope your brother is feeling much better today.
Nice variety of produce and products here. Prices for some products are higher than across the road for the same thing, so beware, but the pies etc look good.
unpleasant experience ,simply wasting time.weed everywhere.they charge money even single cherry tomato
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