There are many fruit picking farms in Bilpin with a range of fruit available for picking that includes plums, pears, quinces, figs, persimmons, blueberries, chestnuts, walnuts, macadamias and various varieties of apples. Late summer and winter also offer a choice of produce like late season tomatoes and citrus.
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden is a showcase of local and imported cool climate plants and alpine rainforest. There is 28 hectares of curated garden and a further 244 hectares of wilderness sits inside the UNESCO World Heritage Area.
Bilpin and its surrounds has a great variety of restaurants and shops including High Hopes Roadhouse, The Grumpy Baker, Pie in the Sky, Bilpin Fruit Bowl, The Archibald Hotel, Kravings, Lochiel House, The Hive Berambing and an IGA in Kurrajong Heights.
Two of the best cider producers in Australia have cellar doors in Bilpin. At both Hillbilly Cider and Bilpin Cider you can sample their range of refreshing ciders. Hillbilly Cider are now also serving pizzas.
The Bilpin Markets is a community run market where you can purchase locally grown and made produce and products.
Stalls include bread, organic vegetables, in season fruit, preserves, honey, crafts and wool. The markets provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and has its own kitchen cafe.
Wildwood Gardens in Bilpin is a 5 minute drive away. Katoomba and The Three Sisters, Jenolan caves, The Glow Worm Tunnels, canyoning and abseiling are all a scenic drive from the farm.
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