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Rayner's Orchard, Woori Yallock

(2.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • After seeing a glossy brochure on this venue we travelled up to what we thought would be a gorgeous venue and experience. We were charged $28 per head to sit on a tractor drawn train travelling throug...  more »
  • great hosts, great activities (fruit picking, poaching fruits, canning fruits) and informative tour of the grounds. family run business highly respectful how they treat their farm and the environment....  more »
  • We had lots of fun picking fruits at Rayner's Orchard recently. There are lots of variety of fruits to explore and pick & eat. It's a great out door activity for any age group.  more »
  • Really bad, the fat bloke that took us only let us taste a bloody lemon, all that fruit and a lemon, the old lady in the cafe was really slow and gave me the wrong change. was really expensive and the tractor ride was unplesent. the food in the cafe was terrible considering the fact that there only source of income is tourism and that cafe you would think that they would be able to actually cook and prepare food. the owner was rude to the other customer that didn't pay for the cafe food. it was not cheap just for a bloody lemon like come on
  • Nice farm, enjoyed tour and fruit tasted, coffee after the tour was nice and refreshing. Definitely coming back in fruit season.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tasted a juicy pear and orange straight from the trees. Yummy! Delicious food at the cafe too.