Located in Thirlmere, The Silm family began planting apple trees in the 1940’s and today the orchard has expanded into a grand total of around 23,000 trees including apples, peaches, nectarines and…
Located in Thirlmere, The Silm family began planting apple trees in the 1940’s and today the orchard has expanded into a grand total of around 23,000 trees including apples, peaches, nectarines and persimmons. The produce is sold through both the domestic and export markets when in season.
Seasonal fruit picking is a great activity for the whole family to get out into the orchard and experience where all of the beautiful produce comes from. Nectarines and peaches are picked throughout November-January, and Persimmons are available April-May.
Picking days are extremely popular and bookings are essential. For more information and to make a booking please visit the Cedar Creek Orchard website or Facebook Page.
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