Updated: 14th June 2021
The Blue Mountains has a number of quality and diverse Cellar Doors and Farm Gates.
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NOTE: Opening times can change so always make your own enquiries about open times before your travel.
Wines • Beer • Cider • Nuts • Fruit
Friday 12pm – 4pm (winter only)
Saturday 11am – 5pm
Sunday 11am – 4pm
Nestled in the beautiful Megalong Valley, surrounded by towering sandstone escarpments, Dryridge Estate is a stunning boutique vineyard 20 minutes by car from Blackheath, the nearest Blue Mountains township. Visit our Cellar Door and enjoy delicious wines, cheese platters and some of the best scenery in the Blue Mountains.
Megalong Creek Estate
Megalong Creek Estate Vineyard was established in 2002. Our grapes are grown here and then hand picked and transported to Mudgee for wine making. Our Wine maker is the award-winning and highly regarded third generation wine maker – Jacob Stein of Robert Steins wines. Our wines are ‘Single Vineyard’ and include Viognier, Pinot Grigio, Pinot and Shiraz. We planted Pinot, Grenache and Mourvedre in 2018. Our range of wines from the varieties grown on the property also include a Sparkling which we have named ‘Prozzante’, this is a lightly sparked Prosecco style wine. We also have a Late Harvest unique Dessert style wine.
Mountain Culture Beer Co
23-25 Parke St, Katoomba, NSW, 2780
Takeaway – Monday – Wednesday 11pm to 6pm
Takeaway and Dine-in: Thursday – Sunday 11pm to 9pm
Our building was originally the Blue Mountains newspaper offices & printing press. When we picked up the keys, it was a Civic Video store. Now, it’s home to our brewpub featuring a 12 hec Premier stainless system. We brew a range of beers, from easy-drinking lagers crisper than pre-dawn mountain air, to experimental NEIPAS to big Russian Imperial stouts.
Brew Mountains Brewery
Unit 3 2-4 Tayler Road, Valley Heights
Friday 4pm -8pm – with food truck
Saturday 12noon – 5pm – with food truck
Sunday 1pm – 5pm
New Brewery and Taproom is now open. Come join us for a cold beer.
2369 Bells Line of Road, Bilpin, NSW, 2758
Monday to Sunday 10am until 4pm
Bilpin Cider Co is the ideal location to enjoy a picnic. Set on 10 acres of beautiful gardens with large Fig Trees, Liquid Amber, Eucalyptus and Camellia that offer ample shade. There is the added benefit of being surrounded by World Heritage-listed mountains, majestic rivers and national parklands and it is the ideal venue to enjoy your prepared picnic with one of our 10 delicious Bilpin Cider varieties.
2230 Bells Line of Road, Bilpin
Monday to Thursday 10 am to 4pm.
Friday to Sunday 10 am to 6pm.
A crushed cider using Bilpin, Blue Mountains apples, made the simple way. Just apples with altitude and a bit of good old Hillbilly magic. Hillbilly Cider is the only cider in the world that uses the Julie™ apple. The first new commercial apple discovered in the Sydney/Blue Mountains area since the Granny Smith apple 100 years ago!
Jannei Goat Dairy
11 View Street, Lidsdale, NSW
Summer, Spring and Autumn:
9.00 – 5.00 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday’s.
9.00 to 5.00 Friday, Saturday and Mondays only.
Other times by appointment. (June -August)
Public Holidays – Usually open but call to check.
Jannei has always sought to provide its customers with a quality sustainable product which is evident in the number of awards it has won over the years, amounting to more than 30 gold awards since 1998 and numerous silver awards in specialist cheese shows across Australia.
Three times we have been the most successful exhibitor in the goats milk class at the Sydney Royal Show.
Kookootonga Chestnut and Walnut Farm
247 Mount Irvine Road, Mount Irvine NSW 2786
The farm is normally open March and April each year however check the web link before you go out there.
This season we really appreciate all of our visitors who have made the journey to our farm. The road closures and extreme rain event did not put you off and we are very grateful that you made it to Kookootonga, well done all of you! Fingers crossed that next year does not throw any challenges to the pick your own chestnuts and walnuts season.
It is a short season, usually only lasting for about 5-6 weeks during March and April When you arrive at Mount Irvine follow the signs to the Kookootonga car park entrance.
Chestnuts tend to fall by early/mid-March and finish by mid-April. Walnuts start to fall in earnest by late March into April. Because of their huge popularity, the demand for walnuts often exceeds what our trees can supply. Those who arrive late (especially on Sundays) often find that the walnuts that have fallen have already been gathered.
Nutwood Farm – Chestnuts and Walnuts
22 Danes Way, Mount Irvine NSW 2786
9am-4pm WEEKENDS ONLY for the 5-week season (mid-March to mid-April) + Easter.
We look forward to seeing you and please check the FB page for updates.
Nutwood Farm covers about 40 acres of land, but the trees are on a flat area spread over about six acres. We have mainly chestnut trees (up to 25 years old) and some walnut trees.
We provide free parking and one public toilet. (There are also public toilets in Mt Wilson). There are no shops or petrol stations past Bilpin – and nothing at Mt Wilson or Mt Irvine, so make sure you have plenty of petrol and everything you might need!
We have buckets – but please bring your own gloves and tongs.
Fern Hill – Chestnuts
52 The Avenue, Mount Wilson NSW
Chestnuts are available from mid-April to mid-May. Gloves and buckets supplied.
Tel: 02 4756 2008 or 0418 676 468
TNT Produce – Pick Your Own Apples
153 Kurts Road, Bilpin, NSW, 2758
Family-owned business with a large orchard where you can pick your own quality apples. Check the FB page or Web link for current apple picking times.
Tel: 0410 676 152 or 0450 515 096
Pine Crest Orchard
Peaches, Plums, Apples and Pears – Cherries and Apricots – Persimmons
2549 Bells Line of Road, Bilpin NSW
Pick your own fruit. Check the FB page or Web link for the up to date fruit picking times.
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 a horticulturist, and has taught and lectured in horticulture and farming – specifically farming small areas – at university, TAFE and other institutions.
Bilpin Fruit Bowl
2093 Bells Line of Road, Bilpin NSW
The Fruit Bowl is open 7 days a week from 8.00 am till 5.30pm. We only close on Christmas Day. The farm is only open on weekends (weather permitting) during harvest time which is between November and May, between the hours of 10am and 4pm. In our shop, we stock local honey, local homemade jams, souvenirs, pottery, fresh fruit and seasonal summer fruits.
We bake all our Apple Pies, meat pies, cakes, scones and slices on the premises. In Summer we also sell Peach pies made from peaches grown in our orchard. When other fruits are in season such as cherries, blueberries, mangoes, apricots and raspberries you can also be tantalised with one of these fresh-baked pies. The farm is open approx November to June but please check the FB page or Web link for farm open hours.
Tel: 0404 061 262 or 02 4567 1262
Blueberry Hills on Comleroy
Farm stay and pick your own blueberries – Bed and Breakfast
464 Comleroy Road, Kurrajong, NSW, 2758
Blueberry Hills on Comleroy is located just a 1.5-hour drive from Sydney, just a short distance yet a world away from the city. With the magnificent Blue Mountains and Wollemi National Park within close vicinity, guests are spoilt for choice in locations for bush-walking and outdoor activities.
Blueberry Hills is an adults-only farm stay in NSW. Nestled on 14 acres, it is the only blueberry farm within the Sydney surrounds. An adults-only retreat, recent winner of a Gold medal at the 2019 Regional Tourism Awards, this charming boutique property allows guests to experience various aspects of rural Australian life and to enrich their cultural curiosity.
One can enjoy a countryside stroll, feed alpacas and sheep. In the summer months, pick some fresh blueberries, during the warmer months enjoy a BBQ at the lookout or kick back by the fireplace during winter. For the ultimate chill-out, there’s even a bubbling hot spa where one can unwind as the sun sets, relax under the stars or be up early to watch the sunrise.