Visitors can absorb the region’s food heritage and sample a unique range of quality goods that reflect the region’s rural industries and cultural heritage.

Discover the region’s cider heritage and the significance that cider has played in Australia and in the Braidwood region in particular. Sample cider made with English and French cider apple varieties. Real cider made using similar techniques and apple varieties used in the region in the 1860s.

Indulge in food inspired by their local seasonal produce. Engage in events, activities and workshops that both educate and entertain. Apple pressing, cheese making, bread baking and home butchery to name a few.

Relax in the shady picnic spot surrounded by heritage fruit trees and magnificent rural vistas.

Champion of seasonality, regional produce, heritage and cultural distinctiveness.


92 Sawyers Ridge Road, Reidsdale, Braidwood, New South Wales, 2622



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02 4846 1999

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