Here at Canoelands Orchard we are aiming to give the public the opportunity to buy direct from the farmer. Our main produce is nectarines but we also grow plums and peaches,tomatoes, passionfruit and blueberries. We will be offering pick your own stone fruit daily throughout November and December (please check WHATS HARVESTING as it varies through the seasons depending on weather) Call Jaime 0419 ...[Read More]
Wisemans Ferry Bowling Club Nestled in the heartland of the Hawkesbury River is the rustic Wisemans Ferry Bowling Club, situated only 60 kilometres north-west of Sydney CBD. Encircled by National Parks the club overlooks the magic waters of the Hawkesbury and surrounding cliffs which offer a magnificent view from our large dine-on verandah. Come and explore this remarkable area offering a nine hol ...[Read More]
Peppercorn Playgroup @ Wisemans Ferry Community Centre, Singleton Road, WIsemans Ferry Playgroup runs every Wednesday during the school term. 9:30-11:30. NOT SCHOOL HOLIDAYS Bring your little one along for a play, we would love to meet you for a cuppa. Also bring along a piece of fruit to share. Sunscreen & hat.
The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic is a fun paddle with a serious purpose. Each year up to 600 participants paddle overnight to raise money for the Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation to give hope to people suffering from diseases treatable by bone marrow and adult stem cell transplants. Our Charities Since 1994, when our association with Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation began, padd ...[Read More]
Maroota Public School’s Maroota Muster Our annual school fundraiser. Held on the Maroota Public School grounds every year in August. Great community day, rides, stalls, tractor pull, sheep shearing, lots of yummy food. Great day out for the whole family. 4540 Old Northern Road, Maroota – school grounds
TOBRUK SYDNEY is holding CHRISTMAS IN JULY See our show and have a roast lunch with all the trimmings! Limited spots available. Call Kellie on 0245668 223 to secure yours!
Kathleen Groves Farm was established in the 1930’s by the Floyd family. William and Kathleen Floyd were the first generation to farm the land, mainly with citrus crops – oranges, lemons, limes and mandarins etc. The farm is now owned and operated by the third generation of Floyds and it mainly produces eureka lemons which are sold to Sydney markets and local retailers. Kathleen Groves Farm is now ...[Read More]
Come and meet the Watkins Family, Mark, Ann & Isaac at the Farm. OUr family has been growing fruit and vegetables adjacent to the Hawkesbury River since 1836. The land where we grow our mandarins “The Gully” is Watkins Family Farm. This property was originally granted to our ancestor James Watkins in 1867 and has been farmed by our family ever since. We grow imperial, Hickson &am ...[Read More]