Every cherry season, we are open for Pick-Your-Own every Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 5pm.
The 2018 Pick-Your-Own season starts the weekend of November 17th & 18th.
Make sure you keep an eye on our Facebook page for details!
At Main Range Orchard, we love for you to get a taste (literally!) of life on a cherry orchard. Our pick-your-own orchard offers just that. You get to enjoy fresh cherries, straight from the tree, picked by you. It’s a fun activity, so get some friends and family together and come for a visit! You’re very welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the orchard.
During the season pick-your-own is open every weekend from 8am to 5pm. If you would like to come during the week this can often be arranged – simply contact us.
Picking buckets are provided and hold approximately 5 kilos. You may like to bring an esky to keep your freshly picked cherries cool – cherries are very perishable and should be cooled as soon as possible after picking.
Please note – toilet facilities are available however there is no food or drink for purchase. Please be sure to bring plenty of water!
Frequently asked questions
Q: How much is your Entry Fee?
A: FREE! It’s always free.
Q: Do I have to make a booking?
A: No you don’t. However if you are a large group or coach, then it would be much appreciated giving us a few hours notice.
Q: How does it work?
A: We provide you with a bucket(s) and point you in the direction of the orchard. You can pick wherever and for however long you like. When you are done, you bring your bucket full of cherries back to us to weigh and make payment. Don’t forget to bring an esky to keep your cherries cool on the ride home!
Please, do not pick the cherries if you do not intend to pay. Nothing is more heartbreaking than making the rounds of the orchard after everyone has left and finding buckets full of picked cherries going to waste. We put a lot of time and money into our orchard to provide you with the best quality fruit, so please respect us.
Q: Where are you?
A: We are located at 920 Boundary Road Young NSW 2594.
Boundary Road was formerly Fontenoy Road, which can still cause some confusion with the GPS. Follow the green & white signs from the Olympic Highway and you will find us.
Q: How much are the cherries?
A: $8 per kilo
Q: Do you have other fruit for picking?
A: No, just cherries
Q: Do you have toilet facilities?
A: Yes, we have a portaloo