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Rayner's Orchard, Woori Yallock

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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2.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web
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  • To be driven around the orchard in a trailer pulled by a tractor, stopping at intervals picking fruit which you purchase at the end. It was a great day to go out with the family, asking questions & se...  read more »
  • Even though its winter and the fruits are not on the highly wanted list but the experience with Len and his super eager enthusiasm to share on the fruits, the tastes and origins. Len would pick fruits...  read more »
  • Well what an afternoon and evening that was. Met by the greeter dogs, friendly bunch that they are and super impressed with Rayner's Orchard! Len took all of us on a tour of the property and then thro...  read more »
  • I visited this farm twice, once was in October --> no fruit at all so it was a bit disappointed. Another time was December and it was great tractor ride. However, keep in mind the price wasn't cheap for the ride nor the fruit nor any trees you can buy from there.
  • Visited at the end of April so there wasn't a lot of fruit ready to go (too late for summer fruit and too early for winter) so $84 for 2 adults & 2 young kids was a bit expensive. That said we had a great time. Andrew was very friendly and funny. I'd recommend a visit but make sure that there's lots of fruit in season to make the most of the visit and get the best value.
  • Fruit tasting was a nightmare as we only get to taste very little amounts of each variety. Owner is very stingy. The old lady in the cafe said that we could try as many fruit as we can, but it turns out that during the tractor ride, the person-in-charge offered as as little as he could. Bare in mind.. That you only get to pick the fruits from the ground but not pluck them from the tree.. What a waste of money and I strongly do not recommend it.
  • Farming is a tough business. Rayner's offers you a chance to buy concentrates, jams and fruits that have been locally produced. There's a cafe for basic meals and a quick cuppa & munch.The pet dogs outside the main building are incredibly cute and adorable. (CMI!)
  • Absolutely bad. Was expensive. Charged 4 of us $20 per head and we were taken on his tractor when there was no fruit. The overseas visitors with me were terribly disappointed.
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