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Farms That Are Open During Winter

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Farms That Are Open During Winter


We are planning a trip to Melbourne in June and it seems like most, if not all, of the fruit farms are closed for the winter break. Are there any farms that are still open for visits? Thanks!

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1. Re: Farms That Are Open During Winter

fruit farms are closed because there is no fruit to pick and bare trees are pretty un-interesting to look at

if QLD is also part of your itierary you will find avocado farms open because avos are a winter fruiting tree

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2. Re: Farms That Are Open During Winter

Rayners in Woori Yallock is open all year round as they grow a variety of other fruit as well as stonefruits. They also have a lovely café. If you check the 'seasons' tab, you will see what is available in June. As mentioned, many of the trees will be bare though, but you will be able to buy preserved fruit.


Edited: 04 May 2014, 11:54
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3. Re: Farms That Are Open During Winter

Rayners orchard in the Yarra Valley are open all year and have fruit every day of the year

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