29 Jul 2020

Local Food and Produce

From fresh ice-cream to locally produced cheese and fruit, your tastebuds will be watering at the thought of these local food options.

Pine Crest Orchard | Bilpin

 
Everyone is welcome to Pick Your Own fruit at Pine Crest Orchard, Bilpin.
All apples are $4kg, and the price of other produce varies. There is no admission fee, just pay for what you pick.
Pine Crest Orchard, Bilpin has been a family run business for more than 40 years. John Galbraith is an orchardist and horticulturalist, and has taught and lectured in horticulture and farming – specifically farming small areas – at university, TAFE and other institutions.
John and Erica raised their seven children on the orchard, and enjoy regular visits from them and their six grandchildren.
 
Address: 2549 Bells Line of Rd, Bilpin NSW 2758
 
Opening times
Closed during Winter & Spring
Reopening from December 2019- April 2019
9am to 4pm Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays

Richmond Good Food Market

Richmond Good Food Market is a place for local farmers and quality food producers to showcase their wares and interact with the community. Food grown and produced in and around the Hawkesbury region is some of the finest in the country.
Visiting Richmond Good Food Market will give you an opportunity to:

  • Support Local Farms
  • Meet local farmers and know how your food was raised
  • Avoid chemical and other additives routinely used in mass produced farms
  • Support the community and local agribusiness
  • Source great tasting food
  • Save money and bypass Coles and Woolworths
  • Support the Local Economy

Address: Richmond Park in Richmond.
Hours: Every Saturday between 7am and 1pm.

Windsor Mall Sunday Market

Join weekly market in the historic township of Windsor. A dedicated farmer from Orange brings in the current season’s produce – corn, lettuce, potatoes, dark kale, and fresh eggs. A vendor selling exotic spices attracts a crowd – we need cumin and curry for a new recipe. Nearby, shoppers crowd around the jams, jellies and honey vendors. Quality handmade home wares, arts, crafts and fashion. Local bands & buskers offering you great entertainment that can be heard up and down The Mall.

Address: On George Street, the Mall, between Fitzgerald and Baker Streets

Phone: 0418 869 685
Hours: Sundays 9am to 3.30pm

Bilpin Fruit Bowl

Enjoy some time together at Bilpin Fruit Bowl. Open only on weekends (weather permitting) during harvest time and 7 days a week (except Christmas Day) when it’s not harvest time. Learn about how fruit is grown and sourced with the added benefit of taking home some delicious and healthy snacks. Approximately 30 minute drive from the hotel.
Bilpin Fruit Bowl has been owned and operated by the Tadrosse family since 1985. They make all the apple pies, cakes, slices, scones themselves on premises. They also stock local honey, home made jams, souvenirs, pottery, fresh fruit and seasonal summer fruits. In Summer they also sell Peach pies made from peaches grown in the orchard. When other fruits are in season such as cherries, blueberries and raspberries they also use them to make fresh baked pies.

Address: 2093 Bells Line of Road, Bilpin

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Treat yourself and your little ones to an ice-cream at Windsor Ice Cream Café or some Australian or international candy at Lollies and Stuff. The perfect holiday treat!

Windsor Ice Cream Cafe: 2/89 George Street, Windsor

Lollies ‘n’ Stuff: 123 George Street, Windsor

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